Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Shock In Bizarre Interviews, From Nude Selfies To Kitchen Clashes

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West shocked in odd interviews.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West dished up some unexpected details in new interviews, such as clashing in the kitchen over a specific food request. Add in West’s quest to become President (is it for real?) and Kardashian’s favorite body part, and the famous couple proved they know how to create memorable quotes.

Kanye and Kim teamed up to take over the cover of Harper’s Bazaar as well as tag-team each other on the interview.

Kardashian explored the answer to her favorite body part in detail after her husband revealed he adored her heart. Feeling compelled to say the same, she provided the answer before describing her admiration for her own stomach.

“Awww, now I have to say the same,” noted Kim in response to Kanye’s heartfelt answer. “But of my own, I like my upper stomach. I just seem to always have abs.”

The only exception, clarified the mom of two, was during pregnancy.

“When I’m not really pregnant, I have a great two-pack.”

But Kardashian did express her views on a specific part of West, noting that she has “always loved his legs.”

When it came to dishing on Taylor Swift, despite the couple’s famous feud, both chose to keep their remarks short rather than elaborate on the battle with the “I Knew You Were Trouble” singer. Asked to name their favorite Swift song, Kanye proclaimed that he had zero, while Kim took a minute to mourn the long-gone days when she admired the pop singer.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West strike a pose.
“I was such a fan of hers,” confessed Kardashian.

West then succeeded in serving up a bombshell, contradicting what he sees as the public’s view of him.

“Here’s something that’s contrary to popular belief: I actually don’t like thinking. I think people think I like to think a lot. And I don’t. I do not like to think at all.”

However, the rapper did manage to think up a response to the question about his favorite selfie pose, with Kim chiming in.

“I love a selfie in the mirror,” proclaimed Kardashian.

But West got more specific.

“I love her nude selfies. Like, I love the ones from the side, the back ones, and the front. I just love seeing her naked; I love nudity,” he gushed.

Kim’s husband continued to clarify his fondness for his wife’s nude photos, explaining that he feels they are comparable to modern-day versions of Renaissance paintings.

“I think it’s important for Kim to have her figure. To not show it would be like Adele not singing.”

In addition to dishing with Kim on that interview, the rapper took it on himself to provide additional tidbits to BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Kardashian’s husband, 39, revealed his kitchen clashes with Kim, contemplation of tackling the highest job in the United States (President), and the rumors that he had ambitions to design Swedish flat-pack furniture, reported the Daily Mail.

Kanye West complains about his wife's refusal to cook a specific food.
Reflecting on what it’s really like to live with Kardashian, West complained that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, 35, refuses to cook his special request. The parents of 3-year-old North and 8-month-old Saint battle over his request for greens.

“When my wife cooks for me I will always ask for greens and she never wants to cook the greens because they take three hours to cook.”

In addition to longing for greens, Kanye revealed that he longs to team up with the Swedish furniture company IKEA.

“I have to work with IKEA – make furniture for interior design, for architecture and I know that if I do a minimalist apartment inside of a college dorm where the TV goes on the side of the wall,” he revealed.

As for his famous revelation about considering running for President of the United States, West clarified what he sees as the distinction between having political views and having opinions on humanity in general.

“When I talk about the idea of being president, I’m not saying I have any political views, I don’t have views on politics, I just have a view on humanity, on people, on the truth.”

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