After Page Six reported that Kardashian-Jenner head honcho Kris Jenner would be expanding her managerial chops to the music world to manage her son-in-law, Kanye West, and Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner quickly took to Twitter to shut down the rumors.

The youngest Jenner reposted a news article about her mother managing the rappers' careers and denied the report, writing, “this isn't true.” 

At the end March, Billboard first broke the news that West departed from his longtime manager Izvor “Izzy” Zivkovic for reasons unknown. West had been affiliated with Zivkovic since 2010 but later added Hollywood manager and music exec Scooter Braun (Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber) to his team in 2016. 

However, sources told Page Six that West and Zivkovic have “been f and on for years” and have “grown apart” over time. Weeks before West cut ties with his manager, Scott left Three Six Zero Management and is now represented by Irving Azf and Scott's longtime associate and general manager the rapper's Cactus Jack company, David Stromberg, Variety reported. 

View Kylie Jenner's tweet below.