Rumors involving Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's upcoming marriage kicked into high gear over the weekend when RadarOnline reported a prenuptial agreement for the couple is in the works. The site claims that the agreement will entitle Kardashian to $1 million for every year Kimye remains wed, capped at $10 million, while the "money she earns from 'Keeping Up With The Kardashian's,' the Kardashian clothing line, and promotional appearances, will be considered her separate and sole income."
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Additionally, Radar reports that the alleged prenuptial agreement does not include a custody clause for the pair's daughter, North West.
In related rumored news, Jay-Z reportedly turned down the opportunity to be the Yeezus rapper's best man in the upcoming wedding. According to a Perez Hilton source, the "Holy Grail" artist turned down the offer due to the excessive amount of televised coverage the wedding will receive. Kim and Kanye's wedding will reportedly be aired on E! as part of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," and both Jay-Z and wife Beyonce want nothing to do with the high-profile event. Hilton's source claims:
"Jay agreed initially but had one condition - under no circumstances can there be any reality TV shows filming him, his wife, Beyoncé or daughter Blue Ivy during the ceremony… The thought of popping up in KUWTK mortifies Beyoncé. She purposefully keeps herself away from trashy TV and isn't prepared to lower her standards for anyone, or any occasion… Bosses at E! are desperate to get the nuptials on air, and will pay millions to make it happen."
"We're having a super, super small, intimate wedding," the 33-year-old bride-to-be told Ryan Seacrest in a recent interview. "As we go along, we're realizing we want it to be smaller and more intimate than people are imagining and thinking."
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