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Kanye West pays thousands to have Kim's fashion team permanently on stand-by

19 December 2013, 08:29

Los Angeles - Kanye West is paying $250 000 for Kim Kardashian's "glam squad".

The Bound 2 star has been accompanied on the North American leg of his Yeezus tour by his fiancee - with who he has six-month-old daughter North - and he has arranged to have her hair dresser, make-up artist and stylist on call to join them whenever they are needed as the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star refuses to use anyone else's services.

A source told RadarOnline.com: "Kanye has told Kim he will spare no expense to make her look ready to go to a major photo shoot whenever she desires. So, Kim's hair stylist, make-up artist, and stylist all based in Los Angeles, are on call 24/7, ready to get on a private jet to be whisked to her location.

"Kim only trusts her team to make her look gorgeous and doesn't want to work with outsiders. This doesn't come cheap, and Kanye will shell out $250,000 just while he is on tour for Kim's glam squad. The money doesn't mean anything to him because Kanye wants his lady to look perfect."

Kanye reportedly doesn't get upset about Kim's image bills - because he spends even more money on himself.

The source added: "Kim loves that money is no issue ever with Kanye. He never balks at how much money Kim spends.

"The truth is that Kanye spends a lot more than Kim does on clothes, accessories and cars. They are a perfect match for each other."

- BangShowBiz


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