Kanye West has, allegedly, been drowning his sorrows in food after his divorce from Kim Kardashian.
According to Globe, Kanye West has been eating his heart out and binge eating nonstop to cope with losing his wife and four children. And as a result, the rapper has ballooned to 310 pounds.
“He can put away six or seven sausage patties, ten or 12 rashers of bacon, four hash browns, and still be hungry. He’ll load up his coffee with half and half, then pour in eight packs of sugar along with the largest size possible orange juice or a huge chocolate shake,” the source said.
Kanye West eats too many snacks daily
After having breakfast, West, allegedly, consumes chips, candies, and chocolates like M&Ms. And the dad of four also buys snacks from his favorite fast food like Mc Donald’s.
In the afternoons, Kardashian’s ex-husband, allegedly, eats ice cream and peanuts. And his dinner is also big on calories because he loves pizza with extra cheese, pepperoni, sausage, and pineapple.
Kim Kardashian used to help Kanye West with his eating habits
Prior to West and Kardashian’s divorce, the tabloid claimed that the latter used to oversee the former’s eating habits. So, every time West would binge, Kardashian would be there to encourage him to stop.
But now that their marriage is over, no one is helping West deal with his erratic eating habits.
“Kanye’s packed on at least 30 pounds since then and is easily 310 right now. Without Kim telling him to stay away from the fried food 24/7 and curb his habit of eating late at night, Kanye’s on the loose and eating what he chooses,” the source said.
“The guy is spilling out his clothes and looks like he’s about to burst. He needs some type of junk food intervention,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. Recent photos of West showed that he didn’t gain much weight.
So, it’s possible that the photos that the tabloid included in their dubious article were of Kanye West from years ago.
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