Caitlyn Jenner is not looking to date a "hot young boy toy," despite a new report. Gossip Cop can throw cold water on this untrue claim. We're told it's "wrong."
RadarOnline, which has a poor track record when it comes to reporting about the former Olympian, now alleges that "Kris [Jenner] isn't the only one who's a cougar." The often disproven site asserts that Jenner has not only "switched genders," but is also "switching teams!" The outlet even maintains that Jenner has let her "friends" know that she wants to "sex it up with mister right."
To bolster its claim, the webloid quotes an unnamed "pal" as saying, "Caitlyn is on the prowl for a hot young boy toy... an athlete." The either misinformed or possibly made-up friend further notes that Jenner wants to be "a sugar mama." Her kids, contends the site, "think that it is really weird" that she now "only desires dudes," but they're "not shocked." The outlet concludes its article by asking its readers "which male celebrity do you think Caitlyn Jenner would make a hot item with?"
Here's a better question: Who are these sources that RadarOnline relies on for its provably untrue stories? Gossip Cop spent a while investigating this report, and not one Jenner confidante could confirm the outlet's claims. Additionally, the former athlete and reality star's rep exclusively tells us the webloid is "so wrong," and "they'll change their minds once they read her book." Jenner's new memoir, "The Secrets of My Life," will be released on April 25.
In the past, the site has alleged friends said Jenner was secretly married to Candis Cayne. That was a lie. Friends also supposedly swore up and down that Jenner was adopting a baby. That was false, too. And nearly a year ago, Gossip Cop busted the outlet when a purported pal claimed Jenner was having a baby via a surrogate. That never happened either. And curiously, just a few weeks ago, the amnesiacs at RadarOnline wrongly reported as fact that Jenner was dating a woman, her 50-something friend Ronda Kamihira. And now we're asked to believe she wants a "hot young boy toy"?
The webloid has published fake news in the past, and appears to still be doing it. Maybe it's time for the site to transition to better sources because the current ones are not so "hot."
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.