Bruce Jenner might just break the internet. While his step kids (Khloe, Kim, Kourtney, and Rob), daughters (Kylie and Kendall), and ex wife (Kris Jenner), have gotten most of the Paparazzi attention the past few years, Jenner has catapulted to the top of the gossip celebrity news. The reason the attention has turned to the former Olympic hero is because of his rumored decision to transform himself into a woman. The most famous family member, Kim Kardashian, hinted at this change when she recently said in an interview that the family supported Bruce during his “journey.” News reports then spread like wild fire that Jenner was going to film this transition and present it in a documentary series. Pictures of Jenner, then started to pop up everywhere that started to show subtle changes, such as him having red nail polish, longer hair…etc.
Recently, the plastic surgery rumors have taken over. First, there was a suggestion that he got a Chondrolaryngoplasty, which is a surgical procedure in which the thyroid cartilage is reduced in size by shaving down the cartilage through an incision in the throat. This is generally done to aid those who are uncomfortable with the girth of their Adam’s apple. In Jenner’s case, it was explained that he had the procedure done to make his neck look more feminine. Recent pictures then seemed to suggest he also had plastic surgery on his nose to make it smaller.
The latest “proof” is a bombshell claim that he’s undergone a secret breast implant procedure. Radar Online reported that he “went with a smaller implant because he didn’t want to look ridiculous.” Also, a source told them that “recovery has been difficult” and “Bruce has had to sleep in a recliner to help with the healing.” As part of his recovery process, the source went on to say “he’s not allowed to lift anything, and he has to wear a bra 24/7, but he’s expected to resume normal activities in the next six weeks.”
The family has not made any statement to verify these claims. So did he or didn’t he? You can decide for yourself. If you personally have any plastic surgery questions, however, you can always contact us and you’ll receive a prompt reply.