Kim really didnt like it when Kanye first started to take over her whole life, she felt like he was criticizing her, but now shes happy with how she sees herself changing, a source close to the reality star told RadarOnline.com. Ever since she had baby North http://www.kardashiansextaped.com shes been trying to conform to what Kanye wants, like staying out of the public eye and getting a makeover to look more glamorous, and she likes the results. She feels like she is becoming more sophisticated by following his advice. PHOTOS: Kanye West Appears On Season Finale Of Kris Jenners Talk Show As RadarOnline.com previously reported , Kim was torn between her baby daddy and her mother, Kris Jenner , who both wanted to manage her career choices, but now shes firmly behind Kanyes decisions. Kim realizes that what Kanye wants for her is to move up a social ladder that shes anxious to climb, and by doing what he says she believes she will reach another level of fame, the source said. Kims new blonde hair is just the beginning the source said.
Kanye West Performs for Grandson of Kazakhstan’s Authoritarian President
“I HAVE A F****** LIGHT SHOW DUMB A**,” he said. “IT’S NOT CALLED GLOW IN THE DARK FOR NO REASON SQUID BRAINS!” September 2008: Yeezy’s beef with paparazzi didn’t just start in May 2013, when he hit his head on a street sign while trying to get away from them. No, this battle of wills goes all the way back to September 2008, when West was arrested on felony vandalism charges at Los Angeles International Airport after he got into a skirmish with two paps and allegedly damaged their cameras. September 2009: Even with his noted troublemaking at past awards shows, no one — including West — had figured out by September 2009 that they weren’t the best places for him to hang out. What transpired at the MTV event is one of the most infamous moments in live TV, as he interrupted Taylor Swift during her acceptance speech for the Best Female Music Video. July 2010: Before Amanda Bynes, Kanye West had the Twitter account to watch .
West was reportedly paid roughly $3 million for performing for the couple, TMZ cited an unnamed Central Asian source . A video posted on Instagram showed the rapper performing “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” from his third studio album, Graduation. The photographer, Alyona Gadjilova, who uploaded the video, declined to comment on the wedding when reached by The New York Times . According to the Kazakh news agency Tengrinews, West was reportedly President Nazarbayev’s personal guest for the wedding. The Kazakh leader, who has ruled the country for 23 years, drew criticism in 2011 for mistreatment of striking oil workers in the city of Zhanaozenthat left more than a dozen people dead. The tragedy led Sting to cancel a concert in theKazakhcapital city ofAstanaover human rights concerns .
Kanye West slammed for performing for dictator of Kazakhstan
4, 2013 Kanye West Faces Criticism From Human Rights Groups & Conservatives For Kazakhstan Performance Related AllHipHop.com (AllHipHop News)Kanye West’s much publicized performance at the wedding of Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev’sgrandson is being criticized on multiple fronts. In a post on theHuman Rights Foundation’s website , the organization’s presidentThor Halvorssensays West would be imprisoned for expressing his freedom of speech if he lived in the central Asian country. Halvorssenrefers to Kazakhstanas a “human rights wasteland.” The former Soviet republic has been admonished by human rights groupsfor lack of a free press, restrictions on political expression, and a corrupt judiciary.Nazarbayev was elected in 2011 with 95.5% of the vote leading international observers to question the democratic reforms the nation agreed to enact. HRF’s chairman,Garry Kasparov,also charges that the reported $3 million dollars West received for his private show wastaken from Kazakhstan’s treasury. Kasparov nor the Human Rights Foundation provide any evidence that was the case. While acknowledging West’s previous work in international human rights, the HRF compares West’s decision to play Nazarbayev’s eventto Jennifer Lopez’s heavily criticized choice to perform for the president of Turkmenistan earlier this year.
Kanye West Faces Criticism From Human Rights Groups & Conservatives For Kazakhstan Performance
Kanye West certainly did not say no when he reportedly earned that much over the weekend for his performance for Kazakhstans autocratic leader, Nursultan Nazarbayev, and now he is being raked over the coals for it. Kazakhstan is a human rights wasteland, Human Rights Foundation President Thor Halvorssen said in a statement Tuesday. The regime crushes freedom of speech and association; someone like Kanye, who makes a living expressing his views, would find himself in a prison under Nazarbayevs rule. This particular dictators ruthless behavior includes kidnapping the families of dissidents to his rule and abusing judicial systems across the world in persecuting his opponents. Nazarbayev reportedly personally invited the rapper to perform. Back in 2011, Sting allegedly turned down an offer to perform in the country because of Nazarbayevs oppressive regime. Last month, Jennifer Lopez was similarly ridiculed for performing for the dictator of Turkmenistan for a cool $10 million.