- kim-kanye-vogue-1Photo by Annie Leibovitz
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- o-KIM-KARDASHIAN-KANYE-WEST-MTV-EUROPE-MUSIC-AWARDS-570Without consent from Kim or Kanye, a video of Kanye West and Kim K’s proposal at San Francisco’s AT&T Park hit the internet. The couple is now suing Chad Hurley, co-founder of YouTube who was not invited to the engagement but was allowed to stay after he signed confidentiality agreement which he failed to uphold.
Looks like media backlash and video parodies aren’t the only thing Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are capable of generating. A newly engaged couple traded in the mediocre ideas of prenuptial save-the-dates for a lavish “mini-epic” video version of their invites.
With an opening title stating, “Coming this Summer,” San Francisco attorneys, Bambo Obaro, 32, and Janice Jentz invited guests to their July 12th wedding through a one-minute-49-second video produced by Major Diamond Productions.
The trailer begins with Obaro flying over San Francisco in a helicopter, where he is soon dropped off in front of his next form of transportation, a black BMW. Obaro then proceeds to drive the car to a party to meet his wife-to-be.
Jentz is dressed in a tight corset dress with tall sparkly heels and even bigger hair. The two commence to enjoy the party together as Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “Ni**as in Paris” plays in the background.
Ending the mini-epic with an invitation to their “Boss Wedding”, the couple is seen walking down the driveway of San Francisco’s City Hall.
Although there is no official link to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian in this video, can you imagine any other power couple making an over-the-top video invitation for their wedding?
Watch their mini-epic wedding invitation below.—Morgan Murrell