Just in case the Jenner-Kardashian clan hasn’t been getting enough exposure … Kylie Jenner, half-sister to Kim Kardashian, may be going into the family business.
The youngest daughter of former Olympian Bruce “Call Me Caitlyn”Jenner and mother Jen Brenner, Kylie has been offered $10 million by adult video company Vivid Entertainment to appear in a porn video with her current beau — rapper Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson, known by his stage name as Tyga.
“Kim’s sex tape helped launch her career and would be nothing but positive for you,” Vivid’s founder and co-chairman wrote in his letter to Jenner, according to TMZ.
But now that Jenner has come of legal age — she turned 18 Aug, 10 — other adult companies are after her services. TMZ reported:
BangYouLater sent its own written overture, offering $1.8 million up front, saying, “This event will make you even more famous than either Kim K or Paris Hilton.”
BangYouLater is banking on a good performance by Tyga, writing, “Your scene must be at least 22 minutes in length.”
Digital Playground is making a different pitch, claiming it produces the biggest porn movies in the biz, and asking Kylie to become its front woman. The company writes, “Now that you are of legal age, we would like to offer you the opportunity to be Digital Playground’s Brand Ambassador!”
But surprise! The offer involves more that just being their “ambassador.” They want to see her — “diplomacy,” shall we say? — on the screen also.
“We know you’ll be great at this and with your banging body to match, maybe you’ll be interested in becoming an adult star yourself!” the offer said. “Join DigitalPlayground.com and be welcomed into a new, hornier family.”
Has she thought of nursing school?
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