Kylie Jenner Has Taken That “Measly Million Dollars” From Puma After All

February 17, 2016 / Posted by:

Last week, there were whispers going around that semi-professional Kim Kardashian impersonator Kylie Jenner had signed a deal with Puma to promote their shit. One of the reasons we knew about said whispers was because Kylie’s brother-in-law Kanye West went on Twitter and klaimed that there would “never be a Kylie Puma anything” because she’s on Team Yeezy and that Puma can take their “measly million dollars” and shove it up their booty hole faster than a finger up Kanye’s.

As it turns out – and this will absolutely SHOCK you, I’m sure – but Kanye’s tweets about Kylie’s deal with Puma ended up being dipped in delusion. Nice Kicks (via the Daily Mail) says that Kylie, who looks like Jem’s trampy little long-lost sister Krystal in the picture above, and Puma will be working together. Puma announced on Monday that Kylie will serve as a “brand advocate“, and will “support specific Puma products through campaigns and her own personal social outlets.” So basically, Kylie will get a mountain of kash dumped into her bank account every time she pimps out Puma during her bi-weekly pap strolls around Kalabasas.

Puma confirms that Kylie has already shot several photoshoots with them and that the deal is in motion. Which means Kylie was either too busy taking rubber-mouthed selfies to tell Kanye to pipe down about Puma, or she willingly let him run his mouth off because she’s a master-level troll. She is Kris Jenner’s daughter, so I’m going to say: both.

I’m going to go out on a limb and assume Kanye slapping at Puma is one of the Twitter situations Kim Kardashian isn’t happy about, since anything that could prevent a Kardashian making some kash is a big no-no.

And speaking of trolling, TMZ kaught Kanye “Help me, I’m $53 million in personal debt” West shopping for thousand-dollar watches at Jacob & Co. on Monday night. Kanye clearly needs a Suze Orman (or at least a Gail Vaz-Oxlade) in his life. I mean, he needs a lot of things, but let’s start with someone who can teach him basic budgeting.

Pic: Splash

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