If you’re a viewer of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, whether intentionally or by accident when your fingers press the buttons necessary to change to E! and you somehow end up there (crazy), you’re probably aware that Bruce Jenner loves his helicopters. Correction: Bruce Jenner loves his toy helicopters. They’re right up there with man earrings and peace and quiet as his favorite things in the world. I personally stand behind Bruce’s right to fly his helicopters whenever he wants. In fact, I often watch the show chanting, “Give Bruce his copters!” like I’m on a picket line. The man just wants to watch some TV, fly some helicopters, and practice moving his face. Is that so much to ask?
Apparently it is too much to ask, especially when babies are involved. Babies and toy helicopters do not mix in Kasa de Kardashian. According to Radar Online, Bruce has moved out of the family mansion and into his Malibu beach house (the house we already saw on the show in “The One Where Bruce Moves Out For Ratings”). Now that Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and their geographical baby North West have moved in, Bruce is being pushed out.
The Olympic gold medalist, “decided to ditch the family home because he was constantly being told to be quiet because of baby Nori,” a source said. “Bruce was unable to have his friends over to fly their remote controlled helicopters in the backyard because of concerns of noise.”
It’s a good thing Ryan Seacrest exists to play puppet master to this family and foot the bill for Bruce’s decision. Because, oh yeah, looks like Ryan Seacrest’s company is paying for this little helicopter retreat, and Bruce has allegedly asked for the lease to be extended six months. At first I was like, “Aghh, really, Bruce? You gotta have Ryan Seacrest pay for your house?” And then I remembered that Kris Jenner probably guards the family money like a dragon guards its treasure, and he probably only gets a couple bucks every week to go buy a comic book and a popsicle at the general store, so it would take a lot of saving to have enough for a house. Plus, I’m one of those terrible people who thinks most things would be more fun than hanging out with a baby, so even I might take a Seacrest-funded house.
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