Kanye is known for his big ego and he places Kim on a pedestal far above any other women – including first lady Michelle Obama.
But this time around, the hip-hop mogul doesn’t want to take his chances with media mogul Oprah Winfrey.
Just a few days after the wedding invitation list supposedly leaked, sources are reporting that Kanye wants Oprah off the guest list so she won’t steal Kim’s shine.
“He really thinks Oprah is going to steal the show and the guests will all be talking about her and what she’s wearing and trying to get their picture taken with her as opposed to being there, witnessing his marriage to Kim and celebrating them as a couple,” the source told HollywoodLife.com.
The source went on to say that Kanye is “nervous and wants all eyes on him and Kim and doesn’t want to be outdone by anyone.”
If Kanye wants to take Oprah off the list for fear of her overshadowing his curvy fiancee, one can only wonder what he’s going to do about his best pal, rap star-entrepreneur Jay Z and his superstar wife Beyonce.
The rumors about Kanye wanting to snatch Oprah off the guest list come shortly after he also allegedly had a serious meltdown over Kim’s strictly platonic relationship with rapper Chris Brown.
Another source told RadarOnline that Kim and Chris met to talk business long before Kim and Kanye were together.
“Even though the encounter between Kim and Chris happened long before Kanye came on the scene, being Kanye, he’s still intensely jealous,” the source told RadarOnline. “Kim and Chris, both unattached at the time, met up to talk about promotional stuff and hear what he had in mind in terms of merchandising and licensing for his new record.”
Kanye then allegedly had a “major jealous meltdown” and ordered Kim not to ever speak to the R&B star again.
Fortunately for Kanye, Chris can’t speak to many people from behind bars and the R&B crooner probably has much more on his mind than trying to steal Kim.
Besides, looking at the “Fine China” crooner’s dating history, it doesn’t seem as though Kim would be his type.