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Kim ‘Flattered’ But 'Worried' About Kanye's Rant Against Enemies

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Kanye West slammed Nick Cannon, Drake and Tyson Beckford today in an Instagram video rant for talking smack about his wife Kim Kardashian, leading fans to believe he's off the rails again. can report the mother of three, 37, was "flattered" that her hubby stuck up for her — but is still "slightly worried" his tirade could lead to a downward spiral.

“Kim is thankful that her man protects her, and that he put them in their place," a family insider told "But on the other hand, she was slightly worried by his tangent.”

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The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star thinks her husband, along with Cannon and Drake, need to "let this petty s**t" go.

“Kim thinks that Drake, Tyson and especially Nick are lame and insecure boys who wish that they could be with her, and are jealous that Kanye is," the source explained, adding she believes it's not worth his time to get so upset.

As previously reported, the long-winded rapper, 41, demanded Cannon, 37, and Drake, 31, “stop talking about f****g my wife” in a spiel followers worried could be the start of another meltdown.

“First of all, I want to address Nick Cannon. I understand that you used to date my wife but when you giving an interview and someone mentions my wife or brings my wife up you say, ‘I respect that man I am not speaking on that.’ Don’t be making suggestions like nobody f****d my wife,” West fumed on Thursday, September 20.

“Now, Drake, what I am looking for spirit to take accountability is the fact that it’s people making rumors that are saying you f***ed my wife, well that don’t sit well with my spirit."


After nearly breaking the internet, West posted a photo of Kardashian laughing, along with the caption, “my love is so beautiful.”

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