Hollywood actor Brad Pitt has been in news for his legal tussle with his ex-wife Angeline Jolie over the custody of their kids. But wait a minute, the actor was reported to be on one of the most happening TV reality shows, Keeping Up with The Kardashians by NaughtyGossip. Well, giving rise to this news was his appearance at Kanye West’s gathering which attracted a lot of celebs and Brad Pitt too was one of them. Brad was seen twice at Kanye’s gatherings.
Post which a source close to the above-mentioned blog stated of Kanye trying to grab eyeballs by getting Brad to appear on Keeping Up with The Kardashians. However, Gossip Cop busted this news and figured out this being a fabricated piece of news circulating in the media. So, guys, No Brad Pitt wasn’t on the KUWTK anytime till now, thus continuing with the Jenners and Kardashians to hog the limelight. In 2019 when Brad was quizzed about his experience about Kanye’s Sunday gatherings, the actor had an only positive word to spread.
Hence, it is cleared that the rapper Kanye never really asked Brad to be on the show, contrary to the news reports circulated in the media.
Kanye recently shocked everyone as he posted a video of him urinating on a Grammy Award placed in the toilet, he shared the video with the caption, "Trust me ... I WONT STOP." In another tweet he wrote, “HI GUYS ... TRUST ME WE WILL NOT STOP ... HITBOY FIRST TO STAND UP ... I DIDN’T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH HIM PRODUCING FOR BEYONCÉ ... I HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE FACT HE WAS SIGNED TO ME AND I DIDN’T KNOW BUT I KNEW JAY AND BEYONCÉ AND HIT-BOY ... JUST FOR CLARITY.”
Followed by which he was even banned from the micro-blogging site for 12 hours keeping in mind the rants at him on the site. ALSO READ: Brad Pitt And Jennifer Aniston Get All Flirty During Their Fast Times Table Read; 'Hi Honey, How You Doing' Moment Leads To Social Media Meltdown
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