Kanye West will need 'lot of luck' to date Kim Kardashian, says Kris Humphries

   Apr 10, 1:50 pm

Washington, April 10 (ANI): Kris Humphries has offered some words of advice to Kanye West, who is dating his soon-to-be-ex-wife Kim Kardashian.

The NBA player is telling his friends that the rapper is going to need a lot of patience and luck in his new relationship with the reality star.

According to a source, Humphries suspects that Kardashian and West kept in touch throughout the course of his relationship with the reality star, RadarOnline.com reported.

"When Kris found out about Kim going public with Kanye, he told his friends he wanted to tell West, 'good luck dude, you are going to need it.' Kris knows that while he was with Kim, he was completely faithful, and he has serious doubts that she could say the same," the source said.

Kardashian was spotted slinking out of West's NYC apartment last Thursday morning wearing the same outfit she was wearing on her date with the hip hop star on Wednesday.

Reports said that the couple started dating just two weeks ago, but Humphries knew that it has been on-again, off-again between his estranged wife and the Grammy award winning singer for much longer, according to sources.

"Kris knows for a fact that this dalliance between Kim and Kanye has been going on for at least the last two years. Kim kept in touch with Kanye after she married Kris and promised him that she would cut off communication with him, but she never did. Kris is suspicious of the timing of Kim deciding to go public with the relationship because the new season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians is premiering in May, and Kanye has released a new album," the source said.

"Kris knows that Kanye never would have recorded those lyrics about Kim without her permission, period. Kris wonders if Kanye is going to drink the 'Kardashian Kool Aid' as he calls it, because if you aren't a family member and don't fall in line with what Kris Jenner dictates, you are persona non grata," the source added. (ANI)

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