Kanye West continues his ambiguous appearances on girlfriend Kim Kardashian's E! reality show, "Keeping up with the Kardashians," this time arriving with his stylist, Renelou Padora, to clean out his lady love's wardrobe. Kardashian sets the premise for the visit, saying West has arrived for a "full clothing makeover," while explaining that their relationship has "definitely inspired [her] to be a little more of an individual."
West, who remains as reality-TV-awkward-as-ever -- sheepishly shuffling and mumbling in the background, eyes to the floor -- zones in on a patent-leather shearling handbag while Padora chimes in, "It's a dog bag, no?"
Kardashian stood back as her beau and his stylist ransacked her "ghetto" closet, tossing undesirables, stating that she trusts West's judgement because "he's a fashion designer and he loves clothes."
While the piles of clothes and shoes nixed from Kim's closet left us feeling a wee bit of remorse, the situation ended with a happy note. The reality starlet immediately Tweeted that she'll be donating the goods to charity via eBay.
Rumors are also swirling that Kimye may be considering a reality series of their very own, but nothing has been set in stone for the pair just yet. Would you let your significant other clean out your closet? What if he was a "fashion designer"? What if he was Kanye West? (Does that help? NO?) Share your thoughts and comment here.
The clothes I got rid of on tonight's episode will be up on EBay next month for a charity auction! Going to Life Change Community Church— Kim Kardashian (@KimKardashian) August 27, 2012
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