Kanye West Thinks Kim Kardashian is This Generation’s Marilyn Monroe



Kanye West, ever the lovable fool we all enjoy laughing about, claims that Kim Kardashian is literally the most beautiful woman in the world, no hyperbole intended, like fooo real. He thinks Kim is in at least “the top 10” most beautiful women of all time (yep, we’re all wondering about the other 9) and says he immediately fell in love with her from the first moment he saw her hanging out with Paris Hilton, back before she even put out on tape. He commented:

“Okay, ladies and gentlemen. All barber shops, fashion designers, architects, corner stores, Wall Street, all over the world: Y’all acting like this ain’t the most beautiful woman of all time! I’m talkin’, like, arguably of human existence — the top 10 of human existence. I loved her from the first day I saw her, which I said on ‘Bound’…I remember seeing pictures of her and Paris Hilton in Australia, and I came to Don C., and I was like, ‘Man, have you ever seen Kim Kardishawn? What’s up with Kim Kardishawn?’”

Kanye believes we all need to forget about Kate Upton’s Monroe comparisons because Kim is way closer to Marilyn. He thinks she is our generation’s answer to the famous beauty because she is similarly controversial:

“Kate Upton ain’t Marilyn Monroe! Kim Marilyn Monroe [sic]! She was controversial. She controversial [sic]. This is a reality. I’m living inside of a dream world.”

The somewhat delusional rapper (he’s out of touch, there’s no mistaking that!) also says that the couple had a Romeo & Juliet thing going on when they met first – yep, we all know how that story ends! He said:

 “Our love story’s a love story for the ages. I felt like when we first got together, it was like a Romeo and Juliet kind of thing, where it’s like, she’s a reality star and I’m a rapper, and people talk about how our brandsconnect and what doesn’t fit. And I’m just so tired of the conversation of brands. Why don’t we start the conversation with love? Why don’t we start the conversation with God? Why don’t we start this conversation with family? It’s not about branding at a certain point.”