Caitlyn Jenner Asks Elon Musk For Support to Sue Disney

Hold onto your Mickey Mouse ears, because Caitlyn Jenner is about to take Disney for a wild ride, and she’s hitching her wagon to none other than Elon Musk’s Tesla.

In a plot twist worthy of a Marvel movie, the tech mogul has been throwing his weight behind Gina Carano’s battle against Disney over her firing from The Mandalorian. But wait, there’s more drama than a soap opera marathon on Hulu!

Caitlyn, ever the Jenner of all trades, decided to jump into the fray with her own bone to pick. And where does she aim her comedic cannon? None other than Disney’s little streaming subsidiary, Hulu.

In a move that would make even the Genie from Aladdin raise an eyebrow, Caitlyn took to social media (not on a magic carpet, sadly) to air her grievances. “Hulu (Disney subsidiary) never put me on my family’s show – I had been on since day 1- when it switched from E,” she lamented, likely with a dramatic eye-roll worthy of an Oscar nomination.

For those living under a rock as hard as a Frozen character’s heart, Caitlyn was a Kardashian-Jenner clan staple, strutting her stuff on Keeping Up With the Kardashians like a pro. But when the show made the leap from E! to Hulu, Caitlyn found herself on the cutting room floor faster than you can say “bibbidi-bobbidi-boo.”

Elon, who’s no stranger to stirring the pot, hasn’t responded to Caitlyn’s plea for justice just yet. But who knows? Maybe he’s busy drafting a SpaceX rocket to send Caitlyn’s gripes straight to the House of Mouse.

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Stay tuned, because in this reality show called life, you never know who’s going to pop up next. Will Caitlyn get her cameo? Will Elon become the fairy godmother of streaming disputes? Will Disney start issuing Fastpasses for courtroom battles? The suspense is killing us more than waiting for the next season of The Mandalorian!

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