Kim Kardashian is allegedly concerned that hubby Kanye West is
putting his career before the interests of the family, as the whole
West clan hit the road for Yeezy’s latest controversial tour.
The hot couple recently tied the not in a suitably over the top ceremony in Florence and share a beautiful baby girl, North West who celebrated her birthday with her own mini festival just last month.
And while the rapper clearly adores his beautiful wife and daughter, Kim is said to be growing increasingly nervous for a life on the road.
Kanye’s been traveling across the globe promoting his 2013 album Yeezus, playing London’s Finsbury Park for the last two nights and heading to Birmingham this evening, but according to close sources Kim didn’t envision family life on a tour bus and is hoping her hubby will start putting his family before his career.
“Kim knows Kanye wants her and North with him. But she feels he needs to understand that she and North have a life too and his career can’t take priority over them,” an insider revealed to Closer magazine.
“Kanye’s told Kim he needs her by his side. He performs better when she’s watching. Plus, North changes and grows so much, he doesn’t want to miss a thing. He’s said they can hire a team of nannies who will ensure North’s sleeping pattern isn’t disturbed. He’d told her money’s no object.”
The family are currently in the UK as Kanye headlines this weekend’s Wireless Festival where so far he’s received a frosty reception from fans who showered the ‘I Am A God’ hitmaker with boos, two nights in a row.
On Friday night, Kanye broke out into a 20-minute long rant about discrimination in the fashion industry as well as blasting the festival for the poor treatment towards his family. Then last night his rants continued as he bragged about the sacrifices he makes for his fans, telling the crowd: “The only reason I’m on this stage right now is because y’all my clique. You know I go to the studio till 3am so you can listen to the music in your car.”
He then went on to turn off both big screens either side of the stage, meaning only those at the front of the audience could see his set, insisting that he was “shy”.
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