In her latest YouTube vlog, political activist Blaire White said she was never "best friends" with Trisha Paytas. Paytas and White have done a podcast and appeared in a YouTube video together in the past. 

Miss White called her relationship with Paytas as being "friendly" at one point but dismissed to have ever been best friends with her.

White recalled the time when she was caught in a drama with Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson and talked about how Paytas was "comfortable and friendly enough" with her. 

She also revealed how the two had a mutual admiration for each other by claiming, "I really really liked Trisha and I thought she really really liked me." 

Trisha Paytas Exposed by Blaire White

In her narrative, White talked about the time, a while ago, when she was in a bar and was told by someone via text that "Trish is bashing you on TikTok."

As per White, It affirmed her belief that being friends with influencers who always want to benefit from other people in the same business was not a bright idea. 

However, after Paytas came out as trans, a lot of backlash and scandal followed. Later, Paytas approached Blaire to alleviate the drama.

White explained how fellow YouTuber Paytas, who was "in all this turmoil for her transgender controversy coming out as trans," persuaded White, a transgender herself, to be the guest in their podcast in an effort to make it seem like they "weren't in the wrong for their transgender controversy."

Soon after that, Paytas bashed White on their social media, which according to White was "very hurtful." However, White said she wasn't mad and did not respond by sending Paytas "an angry text."

Is Trisha Paytas Transgender? 

Paytas is a YouTuber and TikTok content creator who is infamously known for their coming out as transgender in 2019.

They made their gender identity public by uploading a YouTube video titled, 'I AM TRANSGENDER (FEMALE TO MALE).' After facing backlash from the online community, the video is currently private.

As per Insider, in the revelation video, Paytas claimed to have felt "more masculine than feminine" and as a result identified as a gay man because they were attracted to other gay men. 

"I identify with men better," claimed Paytas. They further spoke of their love for girls and told everyone "that's why I identify more as a gay man because I like guys, but I also identify as a guy." Even though Paytas gave a very disoriented statement, her point was understood. 

Paytas concluded their video by making it clear that they were "1000%" transgender but, at the same time, felt comfortable with their assigned gender at birth. 

Trisha Paytas Comes Out as a Non-Binary

On April 10, 2021, Paytas announced they were of non-binary identity and started using pronouns "they/them" in one of their new videos. In the nearly thirty-nine minutes long vlog, Paytas said, "they/them seems like the perfect label for me."  

Talking about her gender identity Paytas spoke how "this is what I've been struggling with for so long, for people to accept that I am no genders and all genders at once, or at different times."

However, in the bio of their verified Instagram account, Paytas identifies themself as she/her/they/them.