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Bookie Offers Odds on Whether Kanye West Acts as Best Man at His Own Wedding

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Oct/27/2013
Bookie Offers Odds on Whether Kanye West Acts as Best Man at His Own Wedding

Irish bookmaker Paddy Power has begun to offer betting odds on whether recording artist Kanye West will be his own best man when he marries reality star Kim Kardashian. 

Odds on West being his own best man were set at 5/1 while recording mogul Jay-Z had odds of 1-3.

Kanye proposed to Kardashian earlier this week while the couple was in San Francisco.

A spokesperson for the company said, "It looks like Kayne is not going to be letting the bride outshine him on his big day in what will be possibly the bling-est wedding the world has ever seen. I think we all need to prepare to expect the unexpected."

- Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

 

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