Most women would probably throw a fit should somebody decide to write a song called 'Perfect [expletive]' (just think of something that rhymes with Mitch) about them, but Kim Kardashian seems rather overjoyed that Kanye West saw it fit to do just so.
If up until recently it was just rumored that said song spoke about Kim, Kanye's tweeting that “I wrote the song 'Perfect [expletive]' about Kim” more than put things in a whole new perspective.
When asked how she feels about Kanye West's rather unusual love declaration, Kim Kardashian said that “I'm honored. I love it. I know he doesn't mean it in a negative way when he says the word '[expletive]',” reports TMZ
Those lucky enough to hear the song for the first time just last weekend, during a party taking place in a New York club, say that, as misogynistic as Kanye West might be in his day to day life, this time he actually meant for the lyrics to serve as a compliment (series of compliments, more likely) to Kim Kardashian.
To put it bluntly: rumor has it that the song – which is yet to be made available to the general public – speaks about his quest for true love and about his spending his entire lifetime looking for the perfect... woman.
Kim Kardashian says it best when arguing that Kanye had the best of intentions when writing the lyrics.
“The song talks about how he was with so many other girls but could never find the right one until he met me,” the celebrity told members of the press.
Not unusual for West and his musical style, the song also contains some rather explicit references to Kim's hourglass-like figure. Or at least that's what those who heard it maintain.
As was to be expected, online debates are now raging, as some claim that both the song's lyrics and its title are rather inappropriate, and others strongly believe that Kanye might just have succeeded in giving a romantic twist to a usually despised word.