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Kris Jenner Comments On Alleged Kanye West Assault, Admits To Ha










13, in which Kanye West allegedly assaulted a young man at a Beverly Hills office building. During an interview with Australia's 2DayFM yesterday, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was asked about the confrontation. "I do know that how it started was this person got really, a lot of racial, hateful, horrible things that he was saying. Apparently many times. Very hateful person. <br>Source: http://www.eonline.com/news/499676/kris-jenner-comments-on-alleged-kanye-west-assault-admits-to-having-google-alerts-on-her-kids





Kanye West investigated in battery allegedly sparked by slurs



When Kardashian told him not to use the N-word, he allegedly turned his rant on her, telling her to shut up and calling her, among worse things, a "stupid slut." Kardashian called West via cellphone, and when the man realized it was Kanye on the phone, he allegedly shouted the N-word at the rapper as well. West then arrived at the building, and witnesses said he and Kim entered the waiting room of a chiropractor, where the man was sitting, and West allegedly punched him. "It was a little bit of an incredible reaction, but probably warranted," a witness told KTLA . West, who reportedly left before authorities arrived, was ID'd by the victim and several witnesses, police said in a statement obtained by L.A. Now . <br>Source: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/gossip/la-et-mg-kanye-west-assault-slurs-kim-kardashian-20140114,0,6966916.story





Kanye West sues Amazon, others in massive digital currency smackdown



In addition to Amazon, digital currency sites like Coinye-Exchange.com, Daycoins.com and Newchg.com were cited, at least one of which seems to have already been taken down. Even Dogecoin , a different digital currency named after dogs, is included in the suit. Some 50 other visit this page unidentified plaintiffs were cited, including, but not limited to, servers, web host companies, cryptocurrency exchanges, or other entities acting on behalf of any others who make use of the Coinye West, Coinye or Coye marks, according to the suit. With each day that passes, Mr. Wests reputation is irreparably harmed, by the use of those marks, it said. <br>Source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/2088000/kanye-west-sues-amazon-others-in-massive-digital-currency-smackdown.html





Kanye West Puts an End to Digital Currency Coinye West



Kanye filed a lawsuit on Tuesday, January 15 to stop production of Coinye West, a new Bitcoin-like currency founded by seven anonymous coders. The lawsuit stated the creators of the currency brazenly admit to using Kanyes name and image to promote their product. With each day that passes, Mr. Wests reputation is irreparably harmed, the suit states. Consumers are likely to mistakenly believe that Mr. West is the source of these digital coins. While the coins founders were prepared for Kanye to fight back against the currency, they apparently held out hope that he would love coins with his name on them. <br>Source: http://www.ajc.com/feed/entertainment/kanye-west-puts-an-end-to-digital-currency-coinye/fWwHp/





Kanye Kills Coinye



No one thought there was any use for such a product, until another scientist, Art Fry, realized that the little pieces of paper made great book marks for his church songs without leaving residue on the page. 5. Potato chips were the result of an angry chef. You can thank one picky, dissatisfied customer in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., for the invention of this glorious snack food. In 1853, after a customer repeatedly sent his order of fried potatoes back to the waiter, complaining that they were too soggy and thick, the New York restaurant's chef George Crum was fed up, and so he took the request for a thinner potato quite literally -- cutting the potatoes into thin slices, frying them and covering them in salt. Behold, "Saratoga Chips." 6. <br>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/15/kanye-lawsuit-coinye_n_4601774.html



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