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Kanye West Calls Kim Kardashian "Perfect Bitch," Plus Five Other Adorable Rap Pet Names

See also "Kim Kardashian 'Honored' to be Kanye's 'Perfect Bitch,' Causes Twitter Uproar."

Kanye West has reportedly given girlfriend Kim Kardashian a new pet name ... The "perfect bitch."

According to the New York Daily News, the 35-year-old rapper dropped some previously unreleased tracks at a Manhattan nightclub over the weekend, one of which is tentatively titled "My Perfect Bitch" and allegedly describes Kim Kardashian's curves.

"[West raps] about his search for the perfect woman and how he has now found the 'perfect bitch,'" the paper's source said.

Demeaning or cute, how do you feel about hip-hop terms of endearment? Maybe these videos will help.

5 Star Bitch

What exactly is a "5 Star Bitch?" It's a woman who's "a natural born hustla," who

"ain't chasin no suckas," and who's "on a mission for a real nigga" 'cause "she ain't never fucked a busta."

Ryde or Die Bitch

A "ryde or die bitch" will typically "smoke dro, drink liquor, [and] like to fuck 'till [she] cums." She'll also beat the shit out of another woman who eyes her man.

Low Key Bitch

A "low key bitch" is a woman who loves her man despite the fact that he's married to another woman with two children at home. Definitely sweeter than "mistress."


Sucia is Spanish for dirty. And sexually speaking, it's what you call a woman who's down for whatever.

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In Tyga's case, he's got one that lets him "fuck her in the car," and another "with big ass titties," but they "ain't shit" to him.

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