Kim Kardashian's Wedding Might Be Ruined Thanks to These Two Stars

Kim KardashianIs Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's "wedding of the century" (they must have come up with that themselves) going to be the scene of the "cat fight of the century"? Rumor has it that two guests -- international superstar Beyonce and we-only-know-her-because-of-the-elevator-fight designer Rachel Roy -- are at war and things could get sticky if the two of them come face-to-face by the cash bar. Kidding. You know it won't be a cash bar. (I hope?!)


Ever since Solange tried to kick Jay Z in the cojones in the elevator at The Standard -- an incident embarrassingly caught on surveillance cam and leaked to the world -- rumors have swirled that what is behind it all is something having to do with Rachel Roy, who used to be married to Jay Z's former business partner, Damon Dash.

Outlets were reporting that before the elevator takedown, Solange had had an argument with Roy. Then further gossip dribbled out that the reason was that Solange felt that Roy and Jay Z were acting inappropriately. Hmmm.

Although Jay Z and Solange's statement about the incident denied that there were any arguments before the main event, what else were they going to do? Confirm that Solange was crazier than a rabid mama bear defending her cubs at the party?

Anyway, Jay Z, Bey, and Roy are all expected to be at the wedding. If the bad blood is true, Kim must be wondering if all hell is gonna break loose. Since Solange probably won't be there, maybe not.

But if you've ever been a bride, you know how nerve-wracking it can be wondering if all of your guests are going to get along. Or if someone is going to have a bit too much hooch and destroy the day.

Already, Kim's stepbrother Brody has reportedly bailed on the wedding due to his girlfriend not getting an invite. How many more relationships will this wedding destroy, I ask you?! I mean, besides Kim and Kanye's. I keed, I keed!

Let's hope everyone plays nice.

Do you think anyone will spoil Kim's special day?

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