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Kim Kardashian is Flattered to Be Kanye West’s ‘Perfect B*tch’

Most women aren’t too fond of being called a bitch, but for Kim Kardashian being called a “perfect bitch” is a term of endearment, according to TMZ. Yesterday, Kardashian’s beau Kanye West posted a message on his Twitter page admitting his new song, Perfect Bitch, is about his girlfriend. The tweet eventually got deleted but Kardashian is reportedly flattered.

“I’m honored.  I love it. I know he doesn’t mean it in a negative way when he says the word ‘bitch,” Kardashian has reportedly told friends. “The song talks about how he was with so many other girls but could never find the right one until he met me.” The song is allegedly an unreleased track from his upcoming album “Cruel Summer” with his group G.O.O.D. Music which will be released on September 4.

This isn’t the first time West has publicly acknowledged his fondness for the reality TV starlet. Last week, West tweeted a picture of his girlfriend in a skin tight white dress with the caption “MERCY.” He also mentioned Kardashian in another song, “Theraflu,” admitting he had feelings for her while she was still in a relationship with her estranged husband Kris Humphries.

West isn’t the only one to use questionable language to describe a loved on. His friend and recording partner Jay-Z revently penned lyrics about his daughter Blue Ivy that raised some eyebrows.

In Rick Ross’ “3 Kings,” Jay-Z raps “Y’all should know by now, if you don’t know/Millions on the wall in all my rooms/N–gas couldn’t f–k with my daughter’s room, N–gas couldn’t walk in my daughter’s socks. Banksy bitches, Basquiat!”

But then there was “Glory,” which took another direction. Soon after Blue Ivy was born, he penned and recorded the song “Glory,” which featured a clip of the baby crying. “The most amazing feeling I feel/Words can’t describe the feeling, for real,” he raps in Glory. “Baby, I paint the sky blue/My greatest creation was you, you: Glory.”

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