Since Caitlyn Jenner made her debut on the cover of Vanity Fair and joined Twitter with a message of empowerment, she has received a largely positive response from fans and fellow celebrities alike. Sadly, we're not too surprised that a few not-so-open-minded responses have made their way into the zeitgeist, including one from Chris Brown. Brown posted (and subsequently deleted) the same meme that Snoop Dogg shared earlier this week, E! News reports. The meme included an image of R&B recording artist Akon with the text "Shout out to Akon! He is about to supply 600 million africans with solar power. Im really upset that this isn't major news but that science project bruce jenner is #Society." Snoop captioned the Instagram with "News flash. @akon tune in to ggn for some real news." Was Brown playing follow the leader with this one? The singer has been called out for homophobic remarks in the past, so it's not an unprecedented sentiment on his part. His original post has since been taken down, but before it was removed, a comment was made on the post from what appeared to be Kylie's Instagram account saying, "Not very nice to say about your friend's dad." Interestingly enough, Brown and the Jenner girls seem to have been friends for a while now. He and Kylie have become even closer since she started dating his pal, Tyga. Maybe that's why, Kylie took the high road, posting this simple message of acceptance on Friday evening.
Way to be a class act, Kylie.