Kanye West is planning to host his bachelor party in Dublin, Ireland before getting married to Kim Kardashian in Paris later this month.
Kanye West wants to have his bachelor party in Dublin.
The 36-year-old rapper is preparing to marry his fiancée Kim Kardashian in Paris later this month, and it's now been revealed that he's planning to spend his final night as a single man in the Irish capital with his best pal and fellow rapper Jay Z.
A source told The Sun newspaper: ''Kanye loves Dublin, as does Jay Z, and it's pretty close to Paris so it's a perfect option before the wedding.
''He has had his people looking into places like The Four Seasons and the Ritz Carlton and clubs they could take over for a night.''
Kanye is said to be keen to host a bachelor party in Ireland because he wants to be able to do what he wants for one more night before he embraces Kim and the rest of the Kardashian clan.
The source added: ''Kim will be doing her own thing with the girls and Kanye knows that in Dublin he would pretty much be left to himself.''
And it could be the second bachelor party the 'Bound 2' star celebrates as it was previously claimed Jay will throw him a lavish celebration at his New York club 40/40.
Meanwhile, The 'New Slaves' hitmaker was reported to have tied the knot with Kim last week, but the 33-year-old beauty quashed the rumour saying, ''Still Kim, Mrs. West soon'', at the Met Gala earlier this week.
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