Guest list? Check. Ridiculous confidentiality agreement for said guests? Check. Doing something about that pesky battery charge? Check. It seems that Kanye West can finally relax and enjoy planning his upcoming nuptials to Kim Kardashian now that he's pleaded no contest to allegations of misdemeanor battery and grand theft after some beef with a paparazzo at LAX in back in July.
The tiny rapper didn't appear in court yesterday for his sentencing, but he can put the incident behind him–on the criminal side at least–and focus on what's important…like whether he should let Kris Jenner film his wedding for Keeping up with the Kardashians.
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According to People, Yeezy's attorney was permitted to enter a special plea in which Kanye maintains his innocence against misdemeanor claims of battery and grand theft after allegedly attacking photographer Daniel Ramos.
If you recall, Ramos accused Yeezus of accosting him (with no provocation, of course!) and trying to strong arm his camera out of his hands. We all know that 'Ye has a bit of a temper, but I don't think I'd admit that I got beat up by a tiny rapper!
As part of his plea, Kanye was sentenced to 250 hours of community service, two years probation, and 24 sessions of anger management. Here's hoping he can schedule that around his big day!
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