While Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner mostly rule social media and are often the most talked-about celebrities, there’s a new member from the KarJenner clan that seems to have taken their spot. Everybody is talking about this newfound member of the clan and looks like Kendall has a new twin brother- Kirby Jenner. But why have we never heard about him? He doesn’t star in Keeping Up with the Kardashians either. Well, ending the suspense here, it’s actually the premise of a new show called ‘Kirby Jenner’, Kendall’s fraternal twin brother. So no, it’s all for a show, Kendall doesn’t really have a twin brother the world knows nothing about.
The show will follow the antics of Kirby Jenner, but who exactly is he? Well, Kirby is actually a social media personality and influencer known for pretending and posing as Kendall’s twin brother on social media. He hilariously photoshops himself in pictures of the KarJenners. He is actually quite a sensation on social media, and has garnered over 1.3 million followers on Instagram since he first joined in 2015! His Instagram bio reads, “Amatuer Model / Lover of all things / Fraternal Twin of Kendall Jenner.”
Well, the new Quibi show on Kirby Jenner is produced by Kris and Kendall Jenner. In the teaser, Kirby can be seen saying, “Kendall models, Kourtney keeps having babies, Khloé's tall, Kylie makes lipsticks, Mom does business, my sister Kimberly is practicing to be a lawyer.”
He further says, “Everyone in my family has already had their own reality shows. So when this network asked if I wanted to do my own show, I was like, 'I don't know. I haven't really thought about it. But then my mom said, 'Yes.'" Kim also says, “You're the best-kept secret of our generation.” Looks like this series is gonna be fun! ALSO READ: Did Kris Jenner Make It Official? Kourtney Kardashian And Scott Disick Have Reunited? - View Picture
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