Since we’ve spent so much time in the past looking at the alleged sexual history of male actors, I thought today we’d take a trip into the music industry and see what famous celebrities Kanye West has dated and/or hooked up with over the years. As you will see, the ability to make beautiful music certainly has its benefits.
Brooke Crittendon (2005-2006)
Wasn’t really famous until a couple of years after she and Kanye broke up when this MTV producer appeared on the BET reality show, Harlem Heights. We’re still counting her.
Sessilee Lopez (2008)
Victoria’s Secret model Sessille Lopez appeared in Kanye’s music video for his single Flashing Lights. Reportedly quit seeing each other because Kanye was too obsessed with his career.
Amber Rose (2008-2010)
Rose, currently engaged to rapper Wiz Khalifa, and Kanye dated from 2008 to 2010, with numerous small breaks, the final one apparently coming when Amber caught him cheating on her with Kim Kardashian.
Selita Ebanks (2008, 2010)
Kanye may have been cheating on Amber with Kim K, but it was Selita who was next seen on his arm following their breakup. Note: This is supermodel #2 on the list.
Melody Thornton (2010)
Also shortly after his breakup with Amber Rose, Kanye was spotted several times holding hands with ex-Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton. I’m sure that’s as far as it went though.
Angela Martini (2010)
Angela Martini, former Miss Universe Albania 2010, saw each other for several months, according to her management company, which she then said was a complete fabrication. You make the call.
Kate Upton (2011)
Kanye snuck in the back door at a Victoria’s Secret VIP Swim event where it was reported that he and Kate were seen flirting and left hand-in-hand. Kate later claimed the two were not dating. Who said anything about dating? (Supermodel #3.)
Kim Kardashian (2010, 2012-Present)
Yeah, we know all about this one. Moving on…
Other less-substantiated alleged flings…
Virginie Maury, Sky Nellor, Candice Swanepoel
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Previous hookup histories on Guyism.