T-Pain Didn’t Get Kim Kardashian Baby Gift Registry Memo; No Baby Gift for Kanye Who Has "No Couth"
By Staff Writer | June 30, 2013 11:05 AM EDT
Kim Kardashian’s baby gift from T-Pain will be late. Very late. T-Pain recently said that he won't be buying Kanye West a baby gift because West has "no couth," according to published reports.
Kim Kardashian new daughter, the apparent Illuminati princess North West, won’t be wanting for gifts. Kim and Kanye have enough money to buy her anything she needs or wants. They certainly can afford to buy more than T-Pain could.
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At the premiere of “The Kevin Hart Experience” in Los Angeles, T-Pain told Us magazine, "Kanye is much richer than me so I'm not even going to try [getting him and Kim Kardashian a gift. Kanye has no couth when it comes to things like that, so when you bring him something, he'd be like, 'What the f--k is this?’ You don't want to be that person because he'll make a big scene about that. You don't want that."
The "Buy U a Drank" rapper T-Pain is still wondering what to get for the guy who already has everything? T-Pain suggests "some golden shoes, some golden booties."
Kimye’s baby arrived about five weeks ahead of schedule on Saturday, June 15. T-Pain says Kanye will be a "great" father. He told Us magazine "I think it's gonna be good. I think he's going to be great. If he has the child around enough -- and I don't know how that works with flights and stuff -- but he'll figure it out."
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