Kris Jenner Finally Convinced Kanye West That Privacy Is for the Poors

Welcome to the family. Go make us some money.
Welcome to the family. Now go make us some money.

Now that Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are officially betrothed, the only questions that remain are when they’ll get married, how they’ll get married, and how much jack they’ll squeeze from the suckers who care.

On Monday, he told Power 106’s “Big Boy’s Neighborhood” morning show (via Complex) the big day will be sometime next summer, and that he had two words in mind for the nuptials: “Fighter jets.” (If only he’d said “drone strikes,” I could finally get behind that whole program.)

Just a few months ago, Kim said Kanye had taught her “a lot about privacy” and that she was “ready to be a little less open about some things” because she’s “learned to understand the importance of privacy and boundaries.”

But when Yeezy was asked yesterday whether his wedding would be televised, it was clear things have changed — so ka-ching, ka-ching, let the reality show kash registers ring.

“I would take as much [money] as possible … What’s official for everybody in this room and everybody on this globe right now is them bills. If you can help out with those bills, because you know me and Kim are in the exploitation business. We get paid to exploit ourselves.”

The interview is below. Listen hard and you might even hear Kris Jenner chanting “ONE OF US, ONE OF US, ONE OF US” in the background.