Sources told the website that Kimye thought about selling photos of little Nori, as they’ve nicknamed her, and then donating the money to charity the way other stars have done , but they decided against it. At this time, the couple has reportedly decided to follow in the footsteps of one of two other famous couples. Sources claim they are either going to release a photo spread in a high-end magazine, such as Vanity Fair, the way Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes did when they introduced Suri to the world back in October 2006. Or, they’ll give the magazines the metaphorical middle finger, and they’ll simply do what pals Jay Z and Beyonce did, and release photos on their own time via some sort of social media. If we were taking bets we’d put our money on Kimye taking the Tom and Katie route with a spread in a fancy magazine. Though Kardashian has done an incredible job of staying out of the spotlight since she gave birth two months ago, it’s simply not her style to choose what might be better for her personal life over her business and her brand.
Kanye West wants big wedding
Getting married Kardashian style is unsurprisingly a big affair, but it sounds like Kanye is more keen to have a bigger day than Kim is. The rapper has never been married, but if reports of a wedding are true, it will be the third time that Kim has said “I do”, and she is understandably looking to keep things a little more low-key, especially after her fairytale marriage to Kris Humphries collapsed just weeks after exchanging vows in a lavish televised affair. A source tells Us Weekly magazine, “Kanye has never been married before and wants a big wedding, so Kim is slowly getting used to the idea. He wants something really cool and big and over the top. It won’t be cheesy though, there will be a real sense of design. “He has told friends and family that he was going to marry Kim since the day he met her.
Kanye West spends a million dollars on ‘anti-kidnap’ cars?
Kanye is read this apparently sparing no expense in ensuring the safety of Kim Kardashian and their two-month-old daughter North, and he has ordered matching bullet and bomb-proof vehicles to travel around Los Angeles, commissioning a 250,000 Chevrolet Kodiak – based on Barack Obama’s Limo One – while Kim will be given an 800,000 armoured SUV called the Prombron Iron Diamond. An insider told the Daily Star Sunday: ‘Kanye is fully aware that his new family is so high-profile they attract the attention of weirdos and psychopaths. He aims to leave nothing to chance. His priority is to get delivery of the vehicles, especially Kim’s, before he begins his US tour in October.’ Besides the armoured cars – which were bought on the advice of Jay Z – Kanye is also insisting both he and Kim always have at least two bodyguards. The source added: ‘If there have been any kidnapping threats against their daughter, he isn’t saying.
Kanye West: Love’s more important than branding
… I was the best new artist this year.” September 2005: If you didn’t know by September 2005 that Kanye is not the type to stick to the script, he proved it during a relief telethon for Hurricane Katrina victims. Speaking alongside Mike Myers, ‘Ye memorably started ad-libbing, leading to a phrase that still hasn’t lived down its infamy: “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.” February 2006: A year after his theatrical performance of “Jesus Walks” at the Grammys, West posed as Jesus Christ on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine in February 2006. It was a move so controversial he later claimed, “I can’t even get endorsements now. The ones that might have been open to me when I was just a cute kid in a Polo.” November 2006: Kanye really doesn’t like losing, and he reminded us of that at the MTV Europe Music Awards in November 2006, when he stage-crashed Justice vs. Simian’s best video win for “We Are Your Friends.” Clearly, his video “Touch the Sky” should’ve won because “it cost a million dollars, and Pamela Anderson was in it.” Having a “sippy sippy” pre-awards show might convince one of such merits.