Nude Photos of A Pregnant Kim Kardashian Hit The Internet

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Friday, 12 April 2013

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An envelope which Kim Kardashian received via the U.S. Mail that included several nude photos of her.

REDONDO BEACH, California - Kanye West, who is Kim Kardashian's baby daddy wants to know how in the world nude photos of Kim ended up on the Internet.

West who wants to marry Kim but cannot for the simple reason that she is still legally married to her husband Kris Humphries is reportedly so mad he could eat a box of thumb tacks.

Reports are that he has even called up Humphries and asked him to be a sport and go ahead and give Kim the divorce so that she can then marry him.

Humphries reportedly replied by telling Kanye that he is in no hurry and he kind of likes reading in the supermarket tabloids about the fact that Kim is married and yet she is pregnant with another man's baby.

Meanwhile Kim's mama, Kris Jenner, ever the business tycoon, is reportedly trying to figure out a baby contest in which individuals can give Kim their choice of a name for her baby by donating $20 to The Name Kim and Kanye's Baby Contest.

SIDENOTE: Regis Philbin co-host of the television talk show The Viagra View says that he heard from a reliable source that the naked photos may have possibly come from Kim's sister Khloe Kardashian-Odom.

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