From Daily Mail:
She may have won the battle for the coveted cover of Vogue Magazine.
But for Kim Kardashian, the war to be accepted into Hollywood's upper echelons reportedly isn't over yet.
RadarOnline reports that Kanye West has been pleading with Hollywood decision-makers to invite the reality starlet into their inner circle, occasions that include exclusive social events and executive meetings.
'Kanye is begging people to invite Kim to events or meetings with the cream of the crop in Hollywood, but so many people are refusing,' a source disclosed to the website.
'He’s a serious star that people really respect, especially as a business man, but they want nothing to do with Kim,' the source adds.
In spite of the reality star's latest Vogue cover accomplishment, persuading the Hollywood aristocratic to accept the Kardashian as a welcome member has proven to be a tough challenge.
The Kardashians were absent from the exclusive Vanity Fair Oscar party in March - an event the mother of one was hopeful to attend, but ultimately was unable to score an invite to, RadarOnline reports.
'Kim’s camp had made inquiries to the Vanity Fair party host Graydon Carter about whether she’d make the list. He never got back to her people! It wasn’t ever going to ever happen,' a source shared with the website.
The clan ended up making their way to the Elton John's AIDS Foundation Oscar Party the day of the elite Hollywood awards show.
RadarOnline's source elaborates West has been pushing his soon-to-be mother-in-law Kris Jenner onto Hollywood's in-crowd, a detail that has certainly rubbed insiders the wrong way.
'Another problem is that Kanye is pushing not only for people to accept Kim but her mother Kris [Jenner] too! That is definitely NOT going to happen. People want Kris around even less than they want Kim,' the source shared with RadarOnline.
The engaged couple have certainly gone through great lengths to impress and win-over possible high powered friends, starting with their wedding.
Grazia reports West and Kardashian have gone as far as to pay around $900 per wedding invitation, a designer-created, lavish save the date announcement that consists of a silken gold container with a photo collection of the couple's courtship.