The kouple who had all guests sign confidentiality agreements have now filed a lawsuit against Chad Hurley, a co-founder of YouTube who subsequently sold the venture to Google. Chad is the guy who recorded and leaked the vid of the Kimye proposal and uploaded to his newest video venture MixBit. He then tweeted it to nearly a million followers and issued a press release stating he had the video.
"Hurley proceeded to try to turn the event into one starring himself, broadcasting the images he knew were the exclusive property rights of someone else," the lawsuit filed by Kimye states according to TMZ.
So it seems that Kanye West has found his voice because the man cannot stop talking about getting married to Kim Kardashian. I mean, dude, I'm going to let you finish but I had one of the…nothing. I've got nothing. I think we are all going to have to let Kanye finish…and that means it could be a long time before he stops doing interviews about his engagement to the reality star. You know what, though? I'm fine with it. He seems to have quieted Kim for the time being, and I have a feeling that Kim is soon going to only know how to smile and nod like KateKatie Holmes when she was with Tom Cruise.
E! is dishing more on an interview Kanye gave on Monday morning–you know, the one where he discussed finding the perfect ring(s) for the elaborate engagement. He also addressed the dudes who plan on popping the question to their ladies after his Jumbotrontasticlove fest, saying, "I gotta apologize to the race of males for turning [it] up so much." He's far too kind. And humble. Surprisingly, the actual ceremony will be relatively low-key, with Kanye only teasing, "Two words: fighter jets."
Aaaahhh… Kimye. No moment too small to famewhore out, eh? With every detail of their child birth, proposal, and no doubt wedding on display for the cameras, Kanye Westis spilling on his role as daddy and all the details that went into planning his proposal to Kim Kardashian. Weren't they upset the videos were leaked to the press?
Anyway, despite being the almighty savior of American music or something, Kanyetells 97.1 AMP Radio his priority number one is daughter North. "I hang out with my girl and my daughter every day. No place I'd rather be," Kanye gushed. "Not even when I'm thinking about things I'm creating in business, my biggest goal is to get home to family."
It's been a big week for Kim Kardashian, y'all! Not only did she celebrate her thirty-third birthday, but she got engaged for the third time to tiny rapper Kanye West who finally made peace with Jimmy Kimmel (seriously, I am still laughing about that!). If that wasn't enough, new daughter North West debuted this week on Keeping up with the Kardashians. As you could expect, Kim kept it klassy for all of these events.
Let's begin with the show, shall we? Confession time…I. sometimes every once in a while rarely watch KUWTK. I'm not even that ashamed of it. In fact, I tend to find the majority of the family (read: Bruce Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Khloe Kardashian—who grates on my nerves like the remaining family members when I read stuff like this–and the Jenner boys) likeable on the show. The entire shiny E! klan is separate and different from the fame lovers I love to loathe in the 'loids. That said, Kim was just plain gross on this week's episode, and I don't give two flying flips about her third (and no, I don't think this one's the charm) wedding.