While their publicists are likely overjoyed at the pairing, not everyone is thrilled that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are an item. Kardashian's husband of 72 days, Kris Humphries, is suspicious of the couple's timing and motives -- and even had some words of advice for Yeezy.

Radar Online reports that the couple has actually been on-again off-again for a few years, but kept their romance under the radar until now, because they both have things to promote: West's new album and Kardashian's May premiere of 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians.' This gives some credence to reports that the romance is actually a "showmance," designed purely for publicity for the pair.

"Kris knows for a fact that this dalliance between Kim and Kanye has been going on for at least the last two years," a source told Radar. "Kim kept in touch with Kanye after she married Kris and promised him that she would cut off communication with him, but she never did. Kris is suspicious of the timing of Kim deciding to go public with the relationship."

Further, Humphries is convinced that Kardashian had a hand in West's lyrics on 'Theraflu,' in which he laments on falling in love with the reality starlet while she was with Humphries. "Kris knows that Kanye never would have recorded those lyrics about Kim without her permission, period," the source said. "Kris wonders if Kanye is going to drink the ‘Kardashian Kool Aid’ as he calls it, because if you aren't a family member and don't fall in line with what Kris Jenner dictates, you are persona non grata."

"When Kris found out about Kim going public with Kanye, he told his friends he wanted to tell West, 'good luck dude, you are going to need it.'  Kris knows that while he was with Kim, he was completely faithful, and he has serious doubts that she could say the same," the insider adds. The source insists that West will need "a lot of patience and luck" to pursue a relationship with Kardashian. Tell us how you really feel, Kris!

Perhaps West will do well with Kardashian, though. His name already fits in with the family's alliterative theme, and they both love attention!