News: Kim Kardashian Says "Get Off My SCOTT DISICK"
Wednesday, Sep 19, 2012 4:35PM
Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West's girlfriend Kim Kardashian is letting the world know she is fully behind his new G.O.O.D. Music Cruel Summer compilation album by promoting the LP on Twitter.
Along with informing fans of its release, Kim K tweeted out a few bars from the album.
"CRUEL SUMMER IS OUT NOW http://smarturl.it/goodcsit CHECK IT OUT!," she tweeted September 18th.
""We on the galaxy that haters cannot visit, thats my reality so get off my SCOTT DISICK" -THE ONE #CruelSummer. @ScottDisick fav song?" (Kim Kardashian's Twitter)
The new LP has had such an impact on Kardashian, she even reportedly named her cat after one of the records.
Kanye West is certainly rubbing off on Kim Kardashian. Earlier today, Kim K took to her Twitter and revealed the newest member to the family--a Teacup Persian. The kitten is named Mercy, which shares the same name of West's recent single off the G.O.O.D. Music compilation Cruel Summer. She and Mercy were hanging out at her family-owned Dash boutique in Miami. She shared several pictures of Mercy posing on Instagram. (Complex)
G.O.O.D. Music's Common recently gave his thoughts on Ye's current love life.
"Oh man, they are great -- they are a great match," said Common, one of Kanye's best pals and musical partners, when asked about the famous romance during the Season 2 premiere of AMC's Hell On Wheels. So what makes Kimye a match made in reality star-rapper heaven? Their love, of course. "Love is the biggest key to a good match," he said. "I think they have that." (Wet Paint)
Last May, Kanye West protégé Big Sean helped protect the Kardashian image.
"I was trying to see if there were any more of them," Sean jokingly said when asked if he is romantically linked to any Kardashian family member. "All of them are nice, too. None of them are a**holes. None of them have egos. Everybody cool, man. It's just like, I think they're people who really took advantage of their situation, of their popularity and made it into an empire. They're rich, they're role models, they do positive things, they're living their life. You gotta give big ups to them for that. Straight up." (Hot 97)