Kanye West Was Cheating On Kim Kardashian, While Pregnant?
While Kim Kardashian is pregnant and close to her due date, Kanye West is being accused of cheating. A Canadian model is claiming she slept with the hip-hop star while dating Kim and while she was pregnant.
24-year-old Leyla Ghobadi says in this week's Star magazine that West's relationship with the Kardashian was about building his fan base.
"This is going to destroy the Kardashian family," Ghobadi told Star. "It's bad. It's really bad. It's just embarrassing. But, if I were Kim and about to have a baby, I would want to know."
The relationship between Ghobadi and West is said to have begun in July 2012, when they reportedly met at a Kanye show at Revel's Ovation Hall in Atlantic City -- while Kim was there at cheering from a VIP box.
After the song, West allegedly had a member of his crew invite Ghobadi backstage, where he asked her to join him at AC’s HQ Nightclub for cocktails -- Star reports that a video of the performance backs her claim, showing West having an exchange with a stagehand immediately following the song.
While the model initially refused West's attempts, he was persistant, offering herself and friends free passes to the next night's concert and invited them backstage. From there, he would later invite Ghobadi back to his hotel room.
"He told me . . . he wanted to 'hook up,' but I was concerned that he was seeing Kim Kardashian," she said. "He told me that [the relationship] was for publicity and nothing serious."
She eventually agreed, and says next thing she knew, "we were both naked and having sex."
After that first fling, Ghobadi claims she hooked up with Kanye again, in October 2012 in New York while a pregnant Kardashian was in Miami.
Kardashian's rep denied the Star report, while Kanye's people echoed the statements, call it complete BS.
"This most recent attack on Kanye West and his family is totally without merit," his rep told TMZ.com. "It's a blatant attempt by a misguided individual who is clearly seeking publicity, and another in a series of malicious stories drummed up by non-credible 'news' sources."