Kim Kardashian, Kanye West: Lamar Odom Sends Lyrics To Rapper
on Dec 06, 2012 09:15 AM EST
Kanye West has been pretty up front about the fact that his relationship with Kim Kardashian inspires his work, but apparently she isn't the only member of the reality television family who could have a presence in his songs.
Kardashian has been dating West for several months now, and in that time she has already inspired the rapper's work. First, West mentioned her in the song "Way Too Cold," in which he raps, "I admit I feel in love with Kim / around the same time she fell in love with him," a rumored reference to her ex-husband Kris Humphries. West then announced that he wrote a song about Kardashian called "Perfect Bitch."
But Kardashian can't have all the fun. On "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno this week, her younger sister, Khloe Kardashian, revealed that her husband, basketball player Lamar Odom, is "very tight" with West and loves to share ideas with him about his music.
"Lamar is really good at writing, and he really thinks he can rap," Khloe said. "I don't encourage it too much, but he does send Kanye West his lyrics. Kanye likes them and they kind of egg each other on now and then."
West may soon be joining Odom as an official member of the Kardashian clan. A recent report claimed that West is itching to get engaged to Kim as soon as she is officially divorced from Humphries, and the couple is reportedly hoping to tie the knot in an elaborate and luxurious ceremony in England.
''Kim would love to wed at Westminster Abbey like William and Catherine, but that won't be possible. Instead she's been looking at castles near London," an insider said. "She wants the most spectacular wedding and she's talking about having guests like Jay-Z and Beyonce, Eva Longoria, Lindsay Lohan, Rihanna and Katy Perry arrive in horse drawn carriages — just like the royal wedding.''
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