Khloe Kardashian's new boyfriend French Montana is not uncomfortable of the media attention he is getting from dating a Kardashian girl and the rapper confessed in a recent interview that he wants to "capitalise" on it instead. The reality star and French have been dating for quite some time now and the rapper has also appeared on her family show "Keeping up with the Kardashians."
During a recent interview with Billboard magazine French, whose real name is Karim Kharbouch, talked about his experience of the Muslim month of Ramadan, his fitness regime and also about his current girlfriend Khloe Kardashian. Khloe has broken off with Lamar Odom recently and has been dating the rapper for a couple of months. The little sister of Kim Kardashian celebrated her birthday with French and the couple has been spotted partying at various night clubs too.
When the interviewer asked him about how he tackles all the media attention he is getting from dating Khloe, the rapper confessed he did not have any problems with it and believes it will help him get more fans.
"I want to capitalize on it. I'll get a fan base from everywhere. I just hope I'll be able to connect with everything that's going on," revealed French to Billboard.
The 29-year-old also revealed that "Explicit" is the name of Khloe's favorite song from his upcoming album "Mac & Cheese." The song is a duet with another American rapper Miguel and reportedly talks about all the media attention he is getting by dating Khloe.
"The platform they got me on right now, an R&B record would do me really good with the ladies," told French about the song and album.
Apparently, Khloe has good advice for their relationship and has asked Montana to stay away from all the negative thoughts that the media spreads.
"She told me, 'They will spread negative energy if they can. Don't let it get to you,'" revealed Montana to the magazine. Khloe Kardashian is expected to appear on the music video of another song titled "Don't Panic" and is also involved with the recording of the album.
"She's definitely given her feedback on the songs," revealed the rapper.
"Mac & Cheese" is scheduled to be released later this year on Bad Boy/Interscope records.