Let me see -- how shall I put this without sounding downright raunchy, tasteless, and disgusting?! (Never mind, it can't be done.)
Um, Kanye West apparently posted a tweet bragging about his sexcapades with Kim Kardashian, and his choice of language was anything but romantic and flattering to his lady love. In fact, with this particular tweet, he pretty much came right out and said that Kim is his personal piece of meat whose sole purpose is to satisfy his manly desires whenever the urge should strike him.
Brace yourself -- this one's a real doozie.
He and Kim must have had one seriously memorable roll in the hay, because Kanye posted the following statement on Twitter:
"I just fu%*ed Kim so hard."
(Way to keep it classy and clean, Kanye.)
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Oh. My. GAWDDDD. Are you kidding me?! Who posts something like that on Twitter -- wait a minute -- forget Twitter -- what kind of boyfriend actually says something like that in any capacity about his girlfriend and thinks it's going to be well received?!
The tweet supposedly got taken down just as fast as it went up, but not before 39,777 of West's followers "favorited" it, and 7,410 people retweeted it. (And that was obviously more than enough to get the comment noticed.)
Oh man -- Kim Kardashian has to be one seriously pissed off lady right about now, and if she isn't upset, she should be. I know that men talk about their girlfriends with their buddies, and we gals definitely dish on what goes on between the sheets with our close girlfriends -- but nobody in their right mind should be publicly boasting about those things!
Kanye's tweet was nothing short of disrespectful, and if Kim's smart, she'll take it as a huge red flag and think long and hard about whether or not this is someone she wants to continue a serious relationship with.
And if she does let his actions slide this time, at the very least she should demand one hell of an apology. Heck, she may even want to think about regulating his tweets for the time being -- or at least forbidding him from going anywhere near a smartphone or computer after they've done the deed.
Do you think Kanye's actions are forgivable?
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