Kanye West Wants Jay Z to be His Best Man; Rapper Agrees if Reality Cameras are to Stay Away

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By charmaine corne clutton | March 10, 2014 11:27 AM EST

Looks like Kanye West wants the power couple to be at his and Kim Kardashian's summer wedding. Jay Z may be into everything at the moment while building his empire with wife Beyonce, but there is definitely one thing he doesn't want to venture into and that is reality television.

Kanye West likewise tries avoiding the cameras of his future wife's television show, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."

The Daily Star had reported that Kanye West has elaborately asked Jay Z to be the Best Man at his wedding but Jay Z seems to have been refusing the honor unless Kanye West agrees that his daughter, Blue Ivy and wife Beyonce will not be caught on camera while at the wedding.

According to the Daily Star a close source to the Kardashian had said:

"Jay agreed initially but had one condition - under no circumstances can there be any reality TV shows filming him, his wife Beyoncé or daughter Blue Ivy during the ceremony,"

If this is the case, would momager, Kris Jenner, agree to such a set-up when she knows that showing power couple, Beyonce and Jay Z on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" would definitely give a boost to their ratings.

According to the source, Beyonce doesn't want to appear on the reality show even if it's just for Kim Kardashian's special wedding day:

"She purposefully keeps herself away from trashy TV and isn't prepared to lower her standards for anyone, or any occasion,"

So this would mean if Kanye wants his Best Man to be Jay Z at his wedding, then there are going to be some agreements in which they would have to settle with before Jay Z agrees to it.

It has been reported that E! would be paying millions to have the wedding televised, but Kim Kardashian has said that she wants her wedding to be with close people  and nothing too extravagant. 

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