Kim Kardashian Sports Kanye West Earrings On NYC Date

'I don't think it's serious. I think it's too soon,' Khloé Kardashian tells Bravo's 'Watch What Happens Live' of Kim and Kanye's romance.

“Meet the Parents,” “Ice Cream Date,” “Yeezy In Your Ear,” those are just some of the songs that Kanye West may be inspired to write after the weekend he and Kim Kardashian shared.

On Saturday afternoon, the new (or maybe not so new) couple was spotted strolling through New York City. Kanye was all smiles as the paparazzi caught them enjoying the spring weather, Kim with an ice cream cone in hand. Later that evening, the pair was spotted in Manhattan’s Spice Market, and Kim took Yeezy to dine with the rest of the Kardashian clan. Kim was then photographed yet again wearing ‘Ye’s initials on her lobes with subtle “K W” earrings.

Kim’s sister Khloé appeared on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” on Sunday and dished on the lovebirds. “I don’t think it’s serious. I think it’s too soon,” Khloé said of her sister and Kanye’s relationship.

Kanye and Kim have been friends for a number of years, something that Khloé admires. “Because they’re friends for so long, it’s so easy,” she said of the new power couple. “That’s something that I love seeing about Kim, the easiness and how happy she is. It’s just more of a great friendship and friendships make the best relationships.”

With the next season of “Keeping up With the Kardashians” set to premiere on May 20, everyone is wondering if the multiplatinum rapper/producer will be making an appearance. Not if he doesn’t want to, says the reality show star. “No one has to be on camera, it’s not like we’re driven to slavery,” Khloé said. “Everyone has the option, except for us.”

Things started to heat up, publicly at least, after Yeezy dropped his single “Way Too Cold” at the top of the month. In the song’s lyrics he professes his love for Kim, and the two have been seen gallivanting around NYC ever since.

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