West drapes his arm over the shoulder of Kardashian as they watch a showing of the Marchesa Spring/Summer 2013 collectio...
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For the first time ever, Kanye West has a video out that he doesn't want you to see.
The Chicago rapper/producer is rumored to be featured in not one, but two explicit sex tapes.
According to TMZ, the alleged tapes - one is said to be more than 20 minutes in length, and the other, 40 - are described as impressively long, non-stop encounters. One tape is said to feature a Kim Kardashian look-a-like.
Rumors are circulating that the Kardashian look-alike is California model Monyy Monn, but Monn took to her Twitter to refute those claims.
Yesterday, West's lawyer, Lisa M. Buckley, sent a cease and desist letter to various media outlets, including AllHipHop.com, which published the widely-circulated screenshot from the alleged video.
Excerpt from the document: "Be advised that the screen shot, as well as the tape from which the screen shot was taken, were illegally obtained and believed to have been stolen from Mr West's computer. Your posting, advertising, marketing, displaying and otherwise disseminating the stolen screen shot and/or other materials on the tape constitute actionable violations of Mr West's rights of privacy and publicity."
So just how did these "videos" surface?
Buckley said it was stolen from West's personal computer. (Where have we heard that one before?)
Figures are said to now be in the millions as media outlets vie for the coveted footage.
SOHH.com even reported quotes from the young women in the first video: "My husband and I don't have sex anymore... that's why I'm here!" The site also reported that during the session, neither West nor the unidentified woman ever kissed.
West now joins the ranks of celebrities with sex tapes including his beau Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton, Chynna Doll Robe Lowe and the Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee.
West's record label, GOOD Music, recently released a compilation album featuring music by West. Coincidence? You decide.