Kim Kardashian & Kanye West spent how much on new toilets?!
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have a TON of money, I get it. But is that really an excuse for reportedly spending $750,000 on gold-plated toilets? Shortly after giving birth to her new baby girl, North, Kim and Kanye have been making quite a few updates to their new L.A. mansion and I guess fancy toilets were a top priority. This is definitely not the first time I hear about how picky the reality TV star is about her bathrooms. But $750K on toilets? Come on now, that's just ridiculous!
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The two have been staying over at Kim's mom, Kris Jenner's place while finishing up renovations on their new mansion. Apparently they even started buying some furniture. So not only did they splurge on fancy toilets, but they ordered six special-edition beds that cost them $174,000 along with $750,000 worth of kitchen appliances and gear including a Swarovski-encrusted fridge freezer. "They expect the interior to cost twice as much as the property. They're spending more than a million on a security system alone," one source told British tabloid The Sun. Now that's just stupid!
Why on earth would someone want to spend more on the inside of a house than on the property itself? I'm sorry but if there's two people that are definitely meant to be together it's Kim and Kanye. After Kim broke up with her ex-husband Kris Humphries, I honestly thought she was going to have a very hard time finding a man to keep up with her lavish lifestyle, but Kanye seems to be hanging in there just fine. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if he's more into luxury items than her!
If they're spending this much just on toilet seats, could you imagine how much they'll be splurging on baby North? I'm already envisioning a playroom the size of a Chuck E. Cheese's spot. And she'll probably get a bathroom in her bedroom complete with gold-plated toilets too!
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What do you think of Kim and Kanye's crazy spending?