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Kim Kardashian can be seen straddling her fiancé topless while he steers a motorcycle through the desert for his ‘Bound 2’ music video.
This music video is “Bound 2” embarrass their 5-month-old daughter one day.
Kanye West takes fiancée Kim Kardashian for a wild, naked joyride in his new “Bound 2” music video, in which the 33-year-old reality star straddles her fully-clothed man while he steers a motorcycle through a desert.
The 36-year-old rapper debuted the provocative clip featuring the mother of his child on an episode of Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show ”Ellen” Tuesday.
The video starts by showing off the sexy silhouette of Kardashian’s post-baby body as she is sprawled across the bike.
When West belts out the lyric “one good girl is worth a thousand bitches,” the parents of infant North West engage in a steamy embrace and start making out.
A source gave an advance tease on Kardashian’s vixen role in the video to Us Weekly on Monday, calling it “really sexy.”
“Kim looks beyond gorgeous,” the insider said. “It’s very artsy, very beautiful.
“The imagery is very colorful and light,” the insider continued. “Nothing about it feels pop or urban. She looks incredible.”
DeGeneres questioned the notoriously erratic rapper whether being a new father has made him more conscious of how he expresses himself in public — then went one step further, asking if he thinks the video, directed by Nick Knight, comes off as “dirty.”
“No, I’m not as concerned with the idea of profanity or nudity,” West said. “It’s more the messaging behind it.”
The narcissistic superstar, who was set to perform at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn Tuesday, said his daughter will get a healthy dose of tough love.
“She is going to be in the real world, so she’s going to hear things and see things,” the “Yeezus” artist said. “I think she’s gotta be prepared for that.”
The singer went on to gush about how “awesome” his bride-to-be is, and why Kardashian deserved the lavish, baseball stadium-sized proposal at AT&T Park in San Francisco on her birthday last month.
“She’s an important person, (and) when I was at my lowest moments I could get on the phone with her and she would make me feel like, you know, I was here for a reason. And I was,” he said.
“It’s incredible to have a woman like that, that you know is not using you for money,” he continued about his relationship with his famous fiancée.
“Her personality is so calming. And I don’t know if that’s the way people would describe my personality,” West, who has been involved in several anger-filled public incidents, told the daytime host.
“I’ll tell you, they would not,” DeGeneres quipped.
Then West brought up another brazen celebrity who proclaimed his love on air — before their relationship crashed and burned.
“It’s almost like people make fun of me for like how in love I actually am. I’m trying to avoid the jump-up-on-the-couch moment, but yeah it’s just, it’s good,” West explains, referring to Tom Cruise’s infamous declaration of his love for Katie Holmes during a 2005 Oprah Winfrey appearance.