The rapper has proven that he will make use of any opportunity to gush about his bride-to-be, and that was the case during his interview Hot 97's radio host Angie Martinez earlier today, when Yeezy continued to rhapsodize about his lady.
"I loved her from the first day I saw her, which I said on Bound, I don't remember when that was," Kanye said on the radio show.
"I remember seeing pictures of her and Paris Hilton in Australia and I came to Don C. and I was like, 'Man, have you ever seen Kim Kardishawn?" he added, playfully mispronouncing her last name.
That led Martinez to ask, "You knew she was the one?"
"Oh yeah, 100 percent," Kanye responded, "I had to work for it."
He continued, "Our love story's a love story for the ages. I felt like when we first got together, it was like a Romeo and Juliet kinda thing where it's like she's a reality star and I'm a rapper, and people talking about how our brands connect and what doesn't fit and I'm just so tired of the conversation of brands.
"Why don't we start the conversation with love? Why don't we start the conversation with God? Why don't we start this conversation with family, instead? It's not about branding at a certain point."
And when it comes to the confusion directed toward their relationship, Kanye wanted to make one thing clear...
"OK, ladies and gentlemen—all barber shops, fashion designers, architects, corner stores, Wall Street, all over the world—y'all acting like this ain't the most beautiful woman of all time! I'm talkin' like arguably of human existence—the top 10 of human existence," West said as Kim smiled in the background. "I don't give a f--k what type of jacket she got on."
Speaking of fashion, Kanye also touched on his very famous footwear, the Air Yeezys, and announced that there have been some big changes since he has become a father.
"I said I need royalties," 'Ye said about being approached with a new deal from Nike. "It's not even like I got a joint venture, at least give me some royalties…Nike told me, 'We can't give you royalty because you're not a professional athlete.' I told them, 'I go to the Garden and play one on no one. I'm a performance athlete.'"
So, West decided to go where they would give him royalties—Adidas.
"I gotta get my money up to another level. 'Cause it ain't on Jay Z level. It ain't on Diddy level yet…The old me without a daughter, might have taken the Nike deal 'cause I just love Nike so much. But the new me, with a daughter, takes the Adidas deal because I have royalties and I have to provide for my family."