Caitlyn Jenner's trans galpal Sophia Hutchins has blasted a report that denied RadarOnline.com's story that she will be a model for Kanye West!
Plus, she wanted to make it clear that she and Cait are in love.
Yesterday, RadarOnline.com exclusively reported that West has Hutchins, Cait's much younger girlfriend, in mind as a model for his Yeezy fashion brand.
After West revealed on Instagram that he was texting with Caitlyn, 68, about 22-year-old Hutchins' gifted Yeezy duds, RadarOnline.com learned more.
"Ye thinks Sophia looked bomb in her new Yeezy Boosts, and is talking to her about working for him full-time as a model," a source close to the Life of Pablo artist told RadarOnline.com. "He thinks she could be a huge supermodel, and wants to help her get her big break."
According to RadarOnline.com's source, "Sophia and Cait love the the idea, and Cait's really pushing her to take Kanye up on his offer. Cait feels there's room for two models in the family, and told Sophia she'd ask Kendall Jenner to give her a few pointers." (In addition to Kim, Kendall has also modeled for Yeezy.)
But the Gossip Cop website denied the reports, tweeting, "Caitlyn Jenner's 'Girlfriend' Is Not Becoming A Full-Time Yeezy Model."
That unleashed a furious rebuke from Hutchins, who tweeted in reply, "If @kanyewest wanted me to model for him I would in a heart beat. He, and his clothes are so forward thinking and ahead of our time. Whatever rep told you I wouldn't b/c of my role with the foundation didn't speak to me. Cmon @GossipCop smart business women can model too."
In addition, Hutchins tweeted at the website, "Also as far as @Caitlyn_Jenner and I go, we haven't discussed our relationship with you, and don't plan to. We just aren't getting into that with the media. Don't downplay our relationship, or significance to one another, by saying we are just 'friends.' "
Keep reading RadarOnline.com for more on their love affair!
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