‘Perfect B***h’ angers Kris Jenner

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London - Kris Jenner is angry at Kanye West's 'Perfect B***h' tribute to Kim Kardashian.

Kim is said to be flattered by her boyfriend's latest tribute - which tells how he's been with so many girls but now found his ideal woman - but her mother is upset at him referring to her as a b***h.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Kris told Kim to get a grip, saying no woman should be called such a term."

Kanye, 35, debuted the new song at New York's Dream Downtown club last Friday (03.08.12), where he was partying with Leonardo DiCaprio.

He reportedly pulled out a laptop and asked DJ Reach to blast out his new songs.

Those who heard it said 'Perfect B***h' contains numerous references to Kim's famous curvaceous figure and eye-popping butt.

The hip-hop star previously rapped about being in love with Kim on 'Way Too Cold', which referenced her ex-husband, basketball player Kris Humphries.

In that track he said: "I'll admit I fell in love with Kim / around the same time she had fell in love with him / Well, that's cool, baby girl, do your thing / Lucky I ain't have Jay drop him from the team."

'Perfect Bitch' will be featured on Kanye's upcoming 'Cruel Summer' album. - Bang Showbiz

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