Kim Kardashian is not in support of Kanye West's plans to take their three children to Africa after he admitted to going off his psychiatric medications, RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusively.
Although the Kardashian, 37, seemingly supports her husband, sources reveal the worried mother said “hell no” to the unstable rapper's idea of whisking the kids away to the foreign land.
“Kim obviously still supports him because she is in love, but there is no way that she would ever let her kids go to Africa with him,” a source close to the situation said, adding, “Not like this and not ever.”
As fans know, the last time West went off his meds, he was involuntarily admitted to an L.A. hospital for weeks. He later confessed that he was also withdrawing from drugs.
“Of course Kim is worried that he went off his medication, but he told her that he did it under the supervision of a doctor,” the insider told RadarOnline.com.
“Kanye no longer thinks that he has a psychiatric problem and is telling everyone it was the drugs that did that to him,” the source said of West, who once admitted to suffering a bi-polar blackout at age 5.
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“It is getting to be way too much for Kris to tolerate,” the source said. “She does not know what to do at this point.”
In the shocking interview, West also called himself “Alien Ye," and bizarrely added: “We have to go to what is known as Africa,” he said. “I need to grab the soil and cook five meals a day so the metabolism kicks up and have my kids in the studio and have the mic open so you can hear nature while we are recording.”
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