Kanye Watched Kim Kardashian's Sex Tape With Ex-GFs! A Love Story in Six Parts
The world has been obsessed with Kimye for only about six months.
Still, in that short span, this unholy union between two of America's most dangerous attention-seeking missiles, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, has fueled a million trashy headlines, sparked sordid tabloid stories, and given the paparazzi a reason to live.
But the appeal of Kimye isn't collective wealth or fashionable noteworthiness. We can't get enough of this dream team for one simple reason: They're probably the creepiest celebrity couple ever, and they look so happy creepily creeping.
Need a recap of their scandalous history? We got you, boo.
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Back in 2006, pretty much no one outside of Hollywood knew the name Kim Kardashian. All that changed in 2007 when Kim Kardashian: Superstar hit sticky shelves across America. The XXX video featured the pretty rich girl and singer Ray J getting superintimate. Though Kim was pissed, the title foreshadowed massive reality TV fame. And the seed of Kimye's love was planted. Er, spilled.
Knock You Down
Haters beware, this is no Cruel Summer fling. Kanye has had a fire in his heart for those Kimmy cakes for years, long before we even knew she was his "Perfect Bitch." Hindsight being 20/20, we now see it was Kardashian that Yeezy was appealing to with his verse on 2009's "Knock You Down": "You was always the cheerleader of my dreams/To seem to only date the head of the football teams/And I was the class clown that always kept you laughing/We were never meant to be, baby, we just happened." Dreams do come true ... Huh, Kanye?Next Page
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