If tweets are any indication, Bruce Jenner has a healthy amount of support from his family on his transgender journey. After making the highly-anticipated revelation last night (Apr. 24) during his sit-down with Diane Sawyer on 20/20, the former Olympian’s children and ex-wife took to Twitter to rally in support.
After Sawyer mentioned in the telecast that Kris Jenner offered “no comment” on the matter following a request for comment from ABC, the reality family’s matriarch and business manager sent a fiery message to blogger Perez Hilton, who criticized her supposed silence:
@PerezHilton fuck you Perez no one asked me to comment ….and I’m sitting with Bruce now watching this show so let’s keep it real…LOL….
— Kris Jenner (@KrisJenner) April 25, 2015
Jenner then followed up with a message in support of her ex-husband, calling him her “hero,” as did their daughters Kendall and Kylie. Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian all posted messages in support of Bruce as well:
Not only was I able to call him my husband for 25 years and father of my children, I am now able to call him my hero. — Kris Jenner (@KrisJenner) April 25, 2015
Understandingly, this has been very hard for me. You will hear what I have to say when I’m ready to but…
..this isn’t about me. I’m so proud of you, Dad. You are so brave. My beautiful Hero. — Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) April 25, 2015
I love you.
so very proud of you, my hero. — Kendall Jenner (@KendallJenner) April 25, 2015
Just finished watching the #BruceJennerInterview with the family. Bruzer, I’m soooo proud of you! Dads really are heros
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) April 25, 2015
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) April 25, 2015
Couldn’t be a more proud daughter. With courage and bravery, let’s change the world. I am honored to stand by Bruce’s side and support him. — Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) April 25, 2015
ABC will air a follow-up surrounding Jenner’s transition on Good Morning America on Monday (Apr. 27). E! will also air an eight-part docu-series, premiering on July 26.
“Living for the first time as the person he feels he was born to be, the docuseries will also explore what Bruce’s transition means for the people in his life and how those relationships are affected, while offering a better understanding of many of life’s challenges,” the network stated in a release.