The 30-year-old star, who attended the nuptials of his stepsister's ex-boyfriend, REGGIE BUSH, last weekend after failing to go to her wedding celebrations in Paris and Florence in May, also claims the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' beauty didn't give him enough notice to rearrange his schedule so he could watch her exchange vows with the rapper.
Speaking on his podcast about why he decided to attend Reggie's wedding in favour of Kim's, the former 'The Hills' star said: ''There's a few reasons that came into play as to why I didn't go to Kim's, one of them being it's in Paris, you know? Which is a long way away. Reggie Bush's wedding was right down the street, it was in San Diego.
''The second one is, she didn't let anyone know in the family until like right before the wedding, you know only a few weeks notice, and by that time I'd already booked stuff. That weekend I was working, I had DJ gigs.''
He then added: ''And also, to be completely honest, I don't know Kanye - at all. Like I really don't, I've had one conversation with him that lasted maybe 15 seconds, 20 seconds, so Reggie I have known for a very long time.''
But Brody, whose father, Bruce Jenner, split from Kim's mother, Kris Jenner, last October after 22 years of marriage, insists he would have loved to see the 33-year-old star walk down the aisle.
He said: ''It's not to say I didn't call Kim and say I wish you the best, I love you and I support you... And by the way, I would have loved to have gone to that wedding.''
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