Kanye West Hints At Wifing Up Kim Kardashian On New Track ‘White Dress’


Not long after Kim Kardashian tried to tease everyone who pays attention to such things by publicly trying on a white dress, her soulmate in fame-whoring Kanye West has done the same thing, albeit slightly more artfully, on a new track called “White Dress.”

The lyrics in question:

I seen you in the club in a tight dress / But I picture you in church with a white dress

(This is from a different part of the song than the leaked snippet.)

Here are some other lyrics that could be about his newly fashionable (because he made her that way) girlfriend:

She like pina coladas getting caught in the rain/or rocking flannels all summer like Kurt Cobain

Or that dolce gabbana with a few gold chains/and you the type of girl that probably deserve a new last name

Of course, he could just as easily be rapping about Miley Cyrus. (Please let this track be about Miley Cyrus.) Or any stylish young woman, really. But it’s probably about Kim.

The idea that a woman “deserves” a new last name aside (ugh), this seems like one more carefully plotted way to hint at marriage just enough to make people remember Kimye exists, as if we could forget. As a human being, I’m starting to hate myself for feeding into their shared personality disorder. But as a blogger, I can’t wait for the epic shit show of a wedding these two will inevitably deliver us.

I’m pretty sure Kim’s going to keep her last name, though.

(Via Idolator)

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    • http://thegloss.com/ Ashley Cardiff

      I have so much sorrow about Kurt Cobain being dragged into this.

      • jamiepeck

        I know, right? Hasn’t he suffered enough?

    • CG

      Wasn’t one of the issues in Kim’s last “marriage” that she refused to change her last name? Mostly because her mom told her not to…

    • MyDearGirl

      she’ll totally hyphenate her last name like Khloe. Her mom approves of Kanye.

    • jojo

      But Kimberley Noel West is such an awesome name. I mean it sounds like the name of a Hitchcock heroine. Heh