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Video! Kanye West on Kim Kardashian and Baby North, Photog Sues

Kanye West loves being a family man, gushing that girlfriend Kim Kardashian and baby North West are his joy and give him a reason to live.

On Friday’s episode of the "Kris Jenner Show," West reveals, “After I lost my mother, there were times I felt like I would put my life at risk. I felt like sometimes I didn’t have something to live for, and now I have two really special people to live for, a whole family to live for, a whole world to live for.”

West admits that some people don’t understand why he’s dating Kim, claiming it will “damage his credibility as an artist or as a designer” or cause him headaches with the paparazzi. His response? “I don’t care, I love this woman… I’m being with this person because I love this person, and she’s worth it to me.”
He added, “[Kim’s] my joy and she brought my new joy into the world.”

With a giddy grin, he also told Kris that he just “dreamed about being next to [Kim],” adding with a laugh, “I don’t want to start jumping up and down on the couch or anything.”

Kanye didn't stop there, rumor has it he also showed off the first pics of baby North! Tune in to FOX on Friday for the big reveal.

The lovefest comes the day after a paparazzo announced plans to sue West as the result of a scuffle at LAX in July.
According to the L.A. Times, Daniel Ramos claims West attacked him, alleging “assault, battery, negligence and violation of civil rights.”
In a TMZ video, West can be seen warning the pap before the altercation: "What you're trying to do is get me in trouble... so I'm going to have to pay you like $250,000."
"All I had done was ask him a question I was terrified when Kanye started to come at me," Ramos said during a news conference with attorney Gloria Allred. "I backed up because I felt from the look in his eyes, he was going to attack me."

West’s lawyer told the Times that the rapper was only trying to stop Ramos from taking the picture.
The photographer is seeking general and punitive damages.