To Kanye West, Kim Kardashian Is The 'Perfect Bitch'

To Kanye West, Kim Kardashian Is The 'Perfect Bitch' Well, then. That's about all. Romance is forever spoiled.

Pack it in, men of sensitivity and romance. We've had a fine run, but in the sea of lush and lovely words our hearts weave, there swim none we could net for our ladies fair more tender and enduring than "perfect bitch."

Damn you, Kanye West! How can any hope to compete for the Lady Kardashian's hand and more scandalous parts?

Ready to drop his latest opus album "Cruel Summer" less than a month from now on Sept. 4, West this past Saturday gave New York's PH-D Rooftop Lounge a taste of what's to probably strap a rocket to his behind and aim him to the charts' apex, tells The New York Daily News. Among the songs he played a crowd assembled for DJ Reach's birthday celebration, he tossed in a number he's reportedly calling My Perfect Bitch, in which he waxes with subtle innunedo about the shapes of current lady love Kim Kardashian and similarly well-curved ex-girlfriend Amber Rose.

"I wrote the Perfect Bitch song about Kim," West tweeted, though the tweet's now conveniently gone.

Not that West stopped there letting his lady take his hand as his muse: he closed out his set with Way Too Cold, taking digs at Kardashian's ex-husband, embittered former Brooklyn Nets forward Kris Humphries.

"(He raps) verses about his search for the perfect woman and how he has now found the 'perfect bitch,'" a source told the paper. The insider claimed "The crowd was on their feet." The tracks' described as being built upon a sample of German composer Carl Orff's 1937 classical composition "Carmina Burana" - maybe more familiarly known to some as the sample P. Diddy lifted for he and Nas' 1999 hit "Hate Me Now."

Can't be the first time people have responded enthusiastically to Kim being called that. Can anyone help doubting it will be the last?

But isn't that just such a sweet tribute to pass the test of time? For certain, there'd be not an eligible man standing, would that we could all give our ladies the gift of being able to say "'Perfect Bitch'! This song is about ME! I'm a perfect bitch!"

Otherwise, the Daily News sources likened the new album's production, judging from what tracks he dropped into his 45-minute impromptu DJ set, to West's 2011 full-length Jay - collaboration "Watch The Throne."

 
 
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