Kanye West has dominated Hollywood headlines the past month with his antics. At this point, no one can accuse him of chasing publicity as many know the father of 4 has a mental issue called bipolar disorder.
But while we can empathise with his condition, his tirades have repercussions and some of the people to suffer are those closest to him.
One of the most affected of course is his wife, Kim Kardashian. The Hollywood socialite has been the recipient of some of Kanye’s most hurtful sentiments during his many Twitter tirades.
But after Kanye’s typhoons normally come the calm. This past week the star has been making amends-He started by publicly apologising to his wife and then visited a hospital for diagnosis and was found to be o.k.
And it seems he isn’t done as Kanye and Kim were recently spotted at his Wyoming ranch having a heart to heart trying to work things out.
The two were spotted in the car while at the ranch having an emotional conversation. From the photos, one can see Kim breaking down while speaking to the rapper.
After their emotional meeting, Kim looked downcast as she was spotted touching down in Los Angeles on Tuesday. A source told People magazine that she had travelled to see the star because she was tired of being ignored;
“She is very emotional about everything, and also exhausted. She feels very hurt by Kanye. She has tried to reach him multiple times and he just ignores her. She decided to fly to Cody to speak with him in person. She doesn’t want to be ignored anymore.”
Despite his apology, reports indicate that his wife wants him to seek professional help that can deal with his issue once and for all.
Kanye’s psychological issues first came into the public domain when he was hospitalised in 2016 with hallucinations and paranoia.
West was not actually taken to the hospital involuntarily; he was persuaded to do so by authorities. While the episode was first described as one of “temporary psychosis” caused by dehydration and sleep deprivation, he was reportedly paranoid and depressed throughout the hospitalisation, but remains formally undiagnosed.