Kim Kardashian, Kanye West wanted Netflix, cards on honeymoon, leaked emails say

AP Photo/Thibault CamusAs excited as Kim Kardashian looked at the Vogue party in Paris last week

AP Photo/Thibault CamusAs excited as Kim Kardashian looked at the Vogue party in Paris last week

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's fantasy honeymoon in Ireland had nothing on your last car ride to Grandma's.

On Wednesday, Radar Online got a hold of some emailed demands from the couple's trip in May: Netflix, DVDs and even a deck of playing cards were on their must-have list.

“From what we're hearing, it would appear they're going to spend plenty of downtime at [Castle Oliver],” said their travel coordinator, Patricia L. Blanche, in the May 24 emails to overseas travel agents.

“I know you've already brought in a large TV (get the biggest one you can),” she wrote, before issuing reminders about securing adequate ” tea/refreshments,” candles and extra pillows.

Not all of the couple's requests were straight out of the local rec center. The emails include inquiries about masseuse house calls and having an outdoor hot tub “placed on standby.”

“I would expect that last-minute requests like this will start to roll in now,” the emails demur. “This is how they operate and it makes it a real challenge for everyone!”

The couple's honeymoon castle happens to be in County Limerick. It seems Kim and Kayne planned a trip so boring, that it even had paparazzi snoring. …


San Francisco's Rappin' 4-Tay will be seeing a $100,000 windfall from rapper Drake, according to TMZ.

The Canadian rapper and Rihanna-romancer's record label is reportedly making amends after Drake used lyrics from 4-Tay's 1994 hit “Playaz Club” on YG's “Who Do You Love.”

The passage describes a comely lass of whom carnal knowledge is had in a recording studio. Both end with the lines, “A lot of fools put salt in their game / To where these women get the notion that they running the game.”

The manager for 4-Tay told TMZ his client is no longer offended by the looted lyrics.


Friends are holding a memorial for Absinthe bartender Erik Dean, who died in a motorcycle accident last week, at Belden Lane in the Financial District on Sunday. … The musical adaptation of “Rocky” is closing early on Broadway. … Radio DJ Casey Kasem reportedly hasn't been buried yet after his death last month at age 82; the New York Daily News cites family conflicts over claims of elder abuse.


Actor Tom Cullen (“Downton Abbey”) is 29. … Actor David Hasselhoff (“Baywatch”) is 62. … Bassist Geezer Butler of Black Sabbath is 65. Actor Donald Sutherland (“Hunger Games”) is 79. … Actress-singer Diahann Carroll (“Eve's Bayou”) is 79.

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