FILE -- This Aug. 2010 photo shows tourists arriving through the front door of Graceland, Elvis Presley's home in Memphis, Tenn. Graceland opened for tours on June 7, 1982. They sold out all 3,024 tickets on the first day and didn't look back, forever changing the Memphis tourist landscape while keeping Elvis and his legend alive.(AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Could Kanye West buy Graceland?
A British newspaper says the hip-hop mogul may be in the market to by the King of Rock 'n Roll's former home in Memphis.
In an article published on Friday, the Daily Star quotes a insider for West's baby mama Kim Kardashian as saying, “Kanye thinks owning Graceland and restoring it to its former glory would cement his place in showbiz history”
Elvis' daughter Lisa Marie Presley owns the landmark home, but rarely stays there, the paper says. The source claims there have been rumors she'd consider selling as long as it stayed open to the public.
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