On his daily YouTube show The Trews (which stands for "true news") on Friday, Brand stood up for the former Olympian and Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, saying the constant media attention focused on his physical appearance is akin to bullying and "transphobia."
"Transphobia seems to be the most recent and encouraged form of prejudice, now that racism and homophobia are not tolerated," Brand said, referring to a TMZ show focused on dissecting Jenner's new look – and that now infamous InTouch cover where Jenner was photoshopped wearing lipstick and blush.
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