Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Paris Hilton's life requires a revolving door, if the heiress's recent antics are any indication. First, news broke that Hilton and former frenemy Kim Kardashian were seen burying the hatchet aboard Diddy's swanky Cannes yacht party. Hilton reportedly had been jealous that her childhood buddy was more famous than her, despite the fact that neither really sports any sort of talent other than certain, uh, dubious cinematic achievements. But Kardashian's reality queen status apparently alienated the socialite, who's famous for being Afrojack's galpal these days. Unfortunately, she'll have to cross that achievement off the list, according to RadarOnline.com. Hilton and DJ Afrojack supposedly had been dating for about six months and reportedly even shacked up together in Hilton's Beverly Hills mansion. A source tells Radar that Afrojack was feeling tied down, and his heavy touring schedule took a toll on the relationship. "Afrojack did a lot of the work on Paris' new album which will be released later this year. He took a lot of criticism for working with her, but he truly does believe that she has talent," a source says. But Us Weekly reports another story -- one that the One Night in Paris star and the DJ agree on, and that's that they never dated in the first place. "DJ Afrojack is 1 of my best friends & always will be. Must be a slow news week that the media keeps making up these ridiculous stories. Lol," Paris Tweeted. Afrojack was similarly nonplussed, Tweeting his agreement.
One of Paris's "friends" tells Radar, "Paris is having a hard time adjusting to the fact that she just doesn't have the popularity or cache that she did five years ago. Paris has tons of money, but that isn't enough for her. Look, she is still going to clubs on a very frequent basis and she is 31 years old. You don't see a lot of people over 30 going to clubs, it's almost sad to see. Paris would love to be married with kids, it's all she ever talks about, but she hasn't found her Prince Charming yet and she isn't getting any younger." Now that's a story we can believe.