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Kanye West Obsessed with Kim Kardashian Sex Tape

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Kanye West is no where near ashamed of his girlfriend's sexual history - sex tape and all. In his new G.O.O.D. Music track "Clique" he praised Kim Kardashian's road to fame. "My girl a superstar all from a home movie," West rhymed.

TMZ is now reporting that the rapper isn't just ok with his girlfriend having a viral sex tape with her ex, he's actually a fan of her "work" in the mini-move.

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Years before dating Kardashian, West watched the sex tape starring the brunette and R&B singer Ray J to get in the mood. According to multiple sources, West would watch the video before sleeping with other women.

The rapper tends to express his love for Kardashian through many of his songs. In "Clique" he continued, "Bow on our arrival - the Un-American idols." He famously professed his love for the reality star in "Too Cold" when he rapped, "I'll admit that I fell in love with Kim, 'round the same time she done fell in love with him [her ex-husband, Kris Humphries]."  West even referred to Kardashian years ago while she was with longtime boyfriend NFL star Reggie Bush.  Fans claim West's verse in the 2009 Keri Hilson song "Knock You Down" was all about the voluptuous reality star. Check out the lyrics below:

"You was always the cheerleader of my dreams / To seem to only date the head of football teams / And I was the class clown that always kept you laughing / We were never meant to be, baby we just happened."

 West finished his verse with, "You should leave your boyfriend now."

Now, the rapper doesn't need the infamous sex tape because he's got the real thing.

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