Bruce Jenner’s ‘I Am Cait’ Show Banned Across All Of Africa Following Nigerian Complaints

Jenner-compressed(Design & Trend) Bruce Jenner’s reality TV show “I Am Cait” has been dropped across the entire African Continent, reports the BBC.

“I Am Cait” depicts Jenner’s transition into a woman, and this subject matter did not sit well with some viewers.

Multichoice decided they would drop “I Am Cait” after the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC) made an official request. According to the Nigerian publication The Whistler, Nigerian parents complained that they did not think that Jenner’s show was good for their children to watch.

Multichoice decided to drop the show citing “respect for customers’ views” and “Africa’s diverse regulatory environments.”

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  • Amos Moses

    Thank you for calling him by his name ….. Bruce ……….

    • Grace Kim Kwon

      Agreed! He is Bruce to the end.

  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Good. No submission to the Western pervs. No more colonization. The Western culture has no value if it opposes Christianity. Man who attacks his own conscience and his own parents is not worthy. The Westerners need Christian faith for salvation and sanity.

    • John Kerera

      We loathe abominations.

  • TheBottomline4This

    Aww, poor Bruce…rejected as “Cait”.
    You are mentally ill Bruce as are all the other trans who think they are the opposite sex and in the “wrong” body.

  • ComeOnPeople!

    Nigeria parents are standing up for the well being of their children unlike Americans. Finally a show of parents protecting their offspring. If American Parents would stand up we might actually see a change in what UN-holy-wood barfs up. Turn off your sets & stop supporting filth! GO AFRICA… This American salutes you for this choice you made to protect your future generations!!!!

  • robertzaccour

    But Brucie didn’t exactly cross that bridge. He still has his twig and berries!

  • Diaris

    Don’t blame God for your own shameless tacky publicity wh-ring.

  • Gena B

    Africa has so much crime and human rights violations, but exclude Bruce? Well, good news is there are many Christians who’s voice does still matter, good for them.

  • JamalZ

    Nigeria has some of the most joyful and spirited believers. I love them dearly. The are our brothers and sisters and I am glad that they were able to not expose their children to this nonsense that our children here are slammed with day in and day out. They have higher sense of awareness and love for their children and to see them defend them in this way is very uplifting. The Spirit is moving there. We need a Spiritual movement too. Desperately.