Kanye West and Kim Kardashian might be filing a lawsuit against the person who leaked footage of their engagement. According to reports, the culprit, whom the couple has identified, violated a signed confidentiality agreement by sharing the footage with outlets. Apparently, there were plans of airing the full engagement ceremony on Kim's reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Meanwhile, it is believed that Kanye wants the wedding the happen sooner rather than later. However, as of now, there are no details on when this big day could possibly arrive. That said, when it does, it'll be the talk of the Internet, just as this engagement ceremony was.
UPDATE: According to Vanity Fair, YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley is reportedly the individual behind the leaked footage of Kanye and Kim's engagement. The article points out that Chad uploaded the video and used the event as a promotional tool for his brand new collaborative app, MixBit.
So this happened last night. Congrats Kim & Kanye! https://t.co/o1FKsB87He— Chad Hurley (@Chad_Hurley) October 23, 2013
[via Miss Info]
UPDATE: TMZ is reporting that Kanye and Kim have indeed filed a lawsuit against Hurley. They have even attached photographic evidence of Hurley taking a picture with his confidentiality agreement in hand. They claim that Hurley was actually not even invited, but after he manipulated his way inside, the coupld decided to let him stay.
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