Kanye West recently stated, "If I don't say something in a rap or on Twitter, it's not true." So, we can presumably take what Kanye does rap about somewhat seriously.
For example, when Kanye dropped "Way Too Cold" (formerly "Theraflu") last month, one didn't have to be a scholar of Yeezy's oeuvre to know that the lyrics "And I admit I fell in love with Kim/'Round the same time she fell in love with him" were referring to Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. And most interpreted the lyrical gesture as Kanye's professing his true feelings for Kardashian, a longtime friend. (The song's release coincided with the first of several well-chronicled dates the pair have had).
And now, Us Weekly reports that Kanye has collaborated with hip-hop artist Pusha T on an upcoming track whose lyrics may have even greater implications for the new couple. A source tells the magazine that West, 34, raps, "I saw you in the club in a white dress/Now I want to put you in a white dress."
Could wedding bells be in Kanye and Kim's future? While the pair's numerous public appearances together have sparked much debate over whether their newfound union is merely a publicity stunt, Us Weekly's sources claim that their relationship is the real deal.
"Kim and Kanye are 100 percent having conversations about marriage," one source tells the magazine.
Time will tell where the relationship is headed, but in the meantime Kim and Kanye (a.k.a. Kimye) seem to be enjoying each other's company: They've recently been seen taking in a Broadway show, strolling through Soho with ice cream and holding hands at the opening of Kourtney Kardashian's beau Scott Disick's new restaurant.
For more on West and Kardashian's would-be wedding plans, head over to UsWeekly.com.
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