Peep this embarrassing shot of Kanye West, caught with his trousers down allegedly on the way into Kim Kardashian‘s apartment.
The pair, who are rumored to be lovers,were snapped by LA paparazzi last night who caught the unflattering moment, weeks after the Rapper’s 2010 LP ‘MBDTF’ reached platinum status in the US, with sales of 1,254,000 units.
The rapper, who has spent much of the last year touring with Jay-Z, served up a new cut today titled ‘Theraflu’.
An “interesting” effort to say the least, the Hitboy produced track sees ‘Ye profess his love for the talent-starved Kim Kardashian, slam her ex Kris Humphries, and salute Wiz Khalifa – the fiance of his ex ‘Amber Rose’.
Take a listen to the track, a collaboration with DJ Khaled, below…
Last night saw New Orleans welcome a number of high profile stars, in town to support Brad Pitt‘s ‘Make It Right Foundation’.
Hosted by Ellen, the ‘A Night To Make It Right’ event saw Rihanna, Kanye West and Snoop Dogg take to the stage to raise money for the construction of new homes for the city’s residents, following 2005′s Hurricane Katrina.
Review of the refreshed Billboard tally tomorrow will find ‘We Found Love’ back atop the Hot 100 after a brief dethrone by ‘Sexy And I Know It’ duo LMFAO. For what comes as the 9th non-consecutive week, Rihanna‘s faithful Navy have assisted her float back to rule over the singles chart – helping the songstress notch her longest reign yet on that front.
Elsewhere, gal pal Katy Perry was previously showing unstoppable signs of unseating LMFAO from the top spot, but ‘The One That Got Away’ is looking more like the one that won’t make it to #1 as it drops from 3-6. Despite an acclaimed remix featuring B.O.B. and discounting the song, the former Mrs. Brand has yet to land her record breaking 6th no. 1 single from parent album ‘Teenage Dream’.
Filling out the rest of the charts, Adele (who is currently number 1 on Billboard’s album tally) continues her double dominance of the top 10 with ‘Set Fire To The Rain’ at no. 4 and ‘Someone Like You’ slipping to number 10. And, while Jay Z/Kanye West and Flo Rida stay put with ‘Ni**as in Paris’ (#7) and ‘Good Feeling’ (#5) respectively, crooner Bruno Mars moves his ‘It Will Rain’ up to the no. 3 spot.
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