Kim Kardashian must really love Kanye West. Despite publicly embarrassing her, she chose not to leave him.
According to a source who told Us Weekly, Kim Kardashian is doing all she can to keep her marriage to the Jesus Walks rapper amid his mental health condition.
“Kim is holding onto her marriage with Kanye and knows that he is bipolar and struggling with his mental health,” the source said.
The gossip website’s source added that the KKW Beauty mogul wants to support and help him even the most difficult times.
“She does her best to understand him and where he is coming from. She knows he is unconventional and has always known that,” the source added.
Kim Kardashian has also been extremely patient with her husband’s bid for a position in the White House.
The Grammy award-winning artist has announced to run for president in July.
An insider told People, “Kim continues to be incredibly patient and understanding about Kanye’s desire to run for president.”
“She wants to get through the next few months peacefully. She is kind of standing back while Kanye does whatever makes him happy,” the insider continued.
Kim Kardashian, Kanye West’s marriage woes
Even before West’s outbursts and presidential campaign, the Hollywood power couple has already been having marriage problems during the lockdown in March.
In May, it has been reported that they were staying at two opposite ends of their $60 million mansion.
But it was only in July when the All of the Lights rapper went through a severe manic episode and aired out Kim Kardashian’s dirty laundry to the world.
Days later, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star posted a lengthy statement asking the fans for compassion and empathy as their family navigates the challenging time.
Though the dad-of-four later apologized to his wife via Twitter, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and their kids went on a luxury trip to fix their marriage. It looks like it all worked out in the end.
The latest on Kanye West’s outbursts
Early this week, West proclaimed on Twitter that he is the “New Moses,” declaring that the music industry and the NBA are “modern-day slave ships.”
The 43-year-old vowed not to release any more music until his current contract with his publisher Sony/ATV Music Publishing and his record label, Universal Music Group, expires.
The rapper told his 30.9 million followers in a now-deleted tweet that he wanted to see the contracts of musicians under Universal and Sony as he’s not going to “watch [my] people be enslaved.”
West, later on, declared to “stop killing each,” and “show God that we are God’s people” because “God doesn’t measure us by money in his kingdom.”
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