Causing a ruckus. Kim Kardashian and her husband, Kanye West, recently dropped $14 million to purchase the stunning Monster Lake Ranch in Cody, Wyoming, and while the couple is certainly enjoying their new digs — their neighbors are having to adjust, a source tells In Touch exclusively. The power couple’s big move to the property “has been bothering locals.”
“Kim and Kanye may love spending time with the kids in Wyoming, but people in the area want them gone,” the insider exclusively revealed to In Touch. As fans may recall, the “Famous” rapper held a listening party for friends, family and fans at the Diamond Cross Ranch back in June, and the townsfolk were not pleased about the booming noise.
“His album recording sessions and over-the-top listening party pissed people off because there were tons of private planes coming and going, lots of disruptions in the otherwise quiet area, venues being booked and vendors sending in truckloads of goods, etc.,” the source explained. Jane Golliher, the woman who owns and operates the venue that Kanye, 42, held the bash at previously spoke out about the event and said there will be “no more rappers” allowed at the ranch any more due to the commotion.
At the time, it was revealed that Teton County had strict noise ordinances after 10 p.m. and the party had only started at 9:30. However, Kanye’s “listening party cranked up the music to 120 decibels, which is comparable to a thunderclap or chainsaw,” according to The Blast. Jane also confirmed that she had no ill will towards Kanye, addressing how his planners and employees were amazing, but she still felt “misled” about the details of the shindig.
According to our insider, when the famous family is in town now, “there is a huge security presence along with them. It’s all just unwanted and unwelcome.”
Just a few days ago, Kim, 38, and Kanye’s neighbor Jessica Arizona also claimed that she wanted to “educate them on how to respect wildlife” and she even suggested they embrace the new place they call home, instead of trying to make it Hollywood.
“Don’t try to drag California and your show into our home state,” Jessica said during her interview with Radar Online. “I hope they come and settle in and accept Wyoming for what it is. We don’t want you to bring your money in and try to change it. I hope their intentions of coming to Wyoming are pure. I hope they’re going to respect our community.”
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