Earlier this week, there were rumors that Kylie Jenner had been offered $10 million to make a sex tape with Tyga. And legendary porn entrepreneur Larry Flynt Jr. believes that the reality television star should take this sum, because, in his opinion, she’s only worth at most $2 million.
Flynt, who is an American publisher and the president of the Larry Flynt Publications that produces Hustler, made these remarks to TMZ.
After being pulled aside by the website and questioned on the street in Los Angeles, Flynt was told that Vivid Entertainment had made the astronomical offer to Jenner, which provoked him to admit that he’d only pay $1 million or $2 million for a sex tape featuring the 18-year-old.
Rumors of Kylie Jenner being offered the opportunity to make a sex tape first emerged earlier this week. According to the Mirror, Vivid Entertainment’s head honcho, Steve Hirsch, is believed to have written to Jenner, “Kim’s sex tape helped launch her career and would be nothing but positive for you.”
However, Vivid are reportedly being rivalled by Bang You Later for the honor to create this sex tape, as they allegedly suggested to Kylie, “This event will make you even more famous than either Kim K or Paris Hilton.”
If Kylie Jenner did decide to proceed with such a recording, which, I think we can admit, is very, very, very unlikely, there is one stipulation though. That’s because the scene would need to be “at least 22 minutes in length” in order for either company to proceed.
Since turning 18, an event that she marked with two soirees in both Vancouver and Montreal, Kylie Jenner has been inundated with offers. Digital Playground, another adult-themed website, have also offered the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star a role as a Brand Ambassador.
They reportedly wished her a happy birthday by writing to her, “Now that you are of legal age, we would like to offer you the opportunity to be Digital Playground’s Brand Ambassador! 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 Kardashian klan are no strangers to sex tapes. Back in 2007, Kim Kardashian shot to fame and arguably helped to launch the Kardashian brand after a sex tape of her and then-boyfriend Ray J appeared online. It was soon downloaded by millions.
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