While everyone was listening, he was flirting!
Kanye West threw a party and invited everybody who was somebody to listen to his new "Ye" album in Jackson Hole, Wyoming last week. And despite wifey Kim Kardashian being in attendance, Kanye's attention was on a different woman, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Insider claim Kanye, 40, has a thing for Trump supporter and conservative activist Candace Owens. The "New Slaves" rapper boldly professed how much he loves the way she thinks in a Twitter post on Apr. 21 and at his listening party, which he invited her to, his actions showed he loved much more her intelligence.
"They were touchy feeling and it looked like they're more than friends," an onlooker told RadarOnline.com of their interaction. "'Ye was showing Candace off to everybody, introducing her as his best friend.
"He complemented her on her beauty and brains, telling people she could be our first female president," the source claimed. "They were flirting, laughing and smiling in each other's face. They had crazy chemistry."
- New Couple? Kim Kardashian and Odell Beckham Jr. 'Hanging Out' After His Split From Longtime Girlfriend Lauren Wood, Source Claims
- Doctors Can Tell: 27 Celebrity Nose Jobs Before and After — From Meghan Markle to Ariana Grande
- Kim Kardashian 'Worried' About Kanye West's Behavior With Wife Bianca: 'Something Clearly Isn't Right'
The source indicated that Kim, 37, was oblivious to her husband swooning over Candace and thinks the reality television star should pay closer attention.
"When 'Ye wasn't with her, he was with Candace," the source added. "If Kim knew what's best, she'd keep Kanye away from Candace."
“Kim thinks that divorce may be her only option to save herself and her children right now," another source told RadarOnline.com. “She’s been having a breakdown herself over all of this, and has been crying to her mom and her sisters all week long!”
We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.