Kim Kardashian let Kanye West tag along on her recent trip abroad — but the decision ended up being a huge mistake! Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to find out why the entire getaway turned into a huge nightmare.
Kim Kardashian's recent trip to Armenia was anything but harmonious, according to sources, who say she spent the majority of the visit fighting with husband Kanye West and sister Khloe Kardashian!
An insider tells Radar, "Kanye's always unbearable on the road, and this was no exception."
The trip to Armenia was meant for the Kardashian sisters to explore their Armenian heritage, but they made a big mistake when they brought Kanye along.
"Kanye micro-managed the whole thing, from Kim's outfits to the over-the-top security arrangements, which meant the whole thing was complete chaos," the insider tells Radar.
Khloe, Kim, Kanye and little North visited the Geghard Monastery Thursday on their Armenian trip.
Kim was left holding North on the excursion while Kanye joked and had fun with Khloe.
According to the insider, Kanye was sniping at Kim the whole time but being super-friendly with Khloe.
Kanye talks a good game by fawning over Kim in his public speeches, but behind the scenes he was as controlling and annoying as he's ever been, reveals the source.
As Radar reported, Kourtney Kardashian was smart enough to stay away from all the drama.
"Kourtney jokes that there wasn't enough room on the plane for her and Kim's ego, so she had to stay home," a source close to the siblings tells Radar exclusively.
And Kanye wasn't content to just let the trip be about the Kim and Khloe discovering their Armenian roots.
Kanye jumped in Swan Lake in Armenia when he performed a free concert for a crowd, causing a commotion that led to authorities shutting down the outdoor performance.
Before heading to Paris, Kim was spotted going to the gym in order to blow off some steam.
Clearly, the entire misadventure has taken a toll on the family.
Cranky Kanye, Kim and North were spotted heading out of Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on April 21.