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Kanye West hires killer eagles to protect his family

2016-03-01 11:36
 

Los Angeles - Kanye West is to import killer eagles to guard his wife Kim Kardashian West and their two kids.

The US rapper is reportedly in talks with Dutch police about purchasing or hiring some of the deadly birds so they can take down any drones which fly over and start spying on the reality TV beauty and their children, two-year-old daughter North West and two-month-old son Saint.

A source told National Enquirer magazine: "Kanye's thrilled Kim with his stunning new plan - he's opened negotiations with Dutch police to buy or lease raging killer eagles trained to rip flying drones right out of the sky.

"Kim thought the idea was for the birds - until she viewed jaw-dropping video of razor-beaked iron-clawed predators snatching and smashing drones in flight."

Fans of Kim and Kanye thought they might need to hire better security earlier this month when their house was mysteriously spray painted. Neighbours and security guards were thought to be shocked by the unknown act of vandalism until they discovered the graffiti artists were the couple themselves, who spray painted "I heart Kim" and "I heart Kanye" on their plush property, which is currently under construction.

Hiring an eagle to beef up security is another one of the rapper's latest bizarre incidents, after he recently took to Twitter asking Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page money and threw a tantrum before his SNL performance.

What will Kanye do next?

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