A rep for Kanye West is denying he bedded some 24-year-old named Leyla Ghobadi. Leyla, who gives you third-tier Kim Kardashian from six cosmetic operations ago teases, told a tabloid that Kanye plucked her from the crowd and dived into her twice.

In response to that, a rep for ‘Ye says:

“This most recent attack on Kanye West and his family is totally without merit. It’s a blatant attempt by a misguided individual who is clearly seeking publicity, and another in a series of malicious stories drummed up by non-credible ‘news’ sources.”

The rep went on to add, “This is a sad attempt to hurt two people trying to live their lives.”

Well, he may not be a cheater, but he’s still a jerk:

After denying reports he’d cheated on pregnant Kim KardashianKanye West skipped town without her to play a surprise show at Design Miami event during Art Basel in Switzerland, sources tell Page Six.

West said through a rep yesterday he did not have any sexual encounters with 24-year-old model Leyla Ghobadi, who claimed she and West slept together twice, including once when expectant Kim was off in Miami. The rep called her story “totally without merit” and a blatant attempt for publicity.

Either way, West — who reportedly said his whole relationship with Kardashian was for publicity — hasn’t exactly been a constant at her side during her pregnancy. While she’s grounded in LA, he continued a whirlwind tour promoting his upcoming album “Yeezus.”

West was in New York this week for a listening party stocked with models, rappers and athletes on a loading dock at Milk Studios, and he also celebrated his birthday with Jay-ZNas and Beyoncé at Miss Lily’s without his reality-star girlfriend.

While Kim’s stuck in LA weeks before the birth, West next headed to Art Basel, where he’s scheduled to play a secret show at the fair’s new Herzog & de Meuron exhibition hall.

West will be in good company at the fair, as moguls have flocked there for a VIP preview of a reported $2 billion worth of art being shown.

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