Kylie Jenner would like everyone to know she isn't going to follow in older sister's Kim Kardashian's footsteps.
The 18-year-old's Twitter account was hacked on Sunday, and the hacker took the opportunity to tweet about Jenner's rumored sex tape with her ex-boyfriend Tyga.
"Well my sex tape with tyga was trash," read one of the hacked tweets.
Later on June 5, Jenner took to Snapchat ,where she rolled her eyes as she told fans, "Mmmm, so my Twitter was hacked. I don't really care. I'm just letting them have fun."
Before long, Jenner decided that she should probably address the whole sex tape rumor, where she again rolled her eyes.
"Everyone's like, 'Leak the sex tape,'" she said. "Guys, you're never going to see a sex tape from me. It's not gonna happen."
It's interesting that Jenner says that we'll never see a sex tape from her, rather specifying that one doesn't exist at all -- but we could be reading too much into that.
When rumors of Kardashian's sex tape with Ray J first began buzzing, the soon-to-be reality star told Complex magazine in 2007:
There is no sex tape! Ray J's not the kind of guy who would do something for revenge. There is no amount of money that could ever convince me to release any tape, even if I had one. I don't need the money!
Later, Kardashian changed her tune. Rather than denying the tape's existence, she told TMZ, "There is no tape being shopped."
Still, Jenner is probably right. It's more than likely that the public will never see a sex tape from her. Why? Because she's already extremely famous. While a sex tape is a handy tool to launch a career, it really doesn't have a lot of benefits for someone of Jenner's current fame.