It may be good a thing Kanye West isn’t being released from the hospital just yet!
As you surely know, the Famous rapper was supposed to be released from the UCLA Medical Center on Mondayafter being admitted last week for a psychiatric evaluation. However, Yeezus did not get the green light to return home and receive treatment from his personal doctor.
While this news may be upsetting for ‘Ye and his wife Kim Kardashian West, a source close to the situation revealed the A-lister “isn’t ready to go back home” and added that the decision was really “for the best”. In a conversation with E! News, the insider dished:
“Kanye is the kind of person if he gets released and isn’t mentally ready he will go back to his old ways and push himself over the limit again. He needs to keep up with counseling even though he has an intense work schedule. He is just really drained and still weak. He isn’t himself.”
Hmm, sounds pretty accurate to us! Thankfully, the All Day artist isn’t alone during this trying time. As we previously reported, the KUWTK starlet has been right by her man’s side throughout his stay in the medical center. On Kimye’s deep bond, the tipster added:
“Kim is being patient and staying by his side. They both have been through a lot but are staying strong as a married couple and helping one another get back up.”
And despite the rumors suggesting Kanye’s breakdown may’ve been sparked by fights with his wife, the source defended:
“They know in the end this will bring them closer. Their love has not been affected during this hard time, but it has been tested to see if they can get through it. They have faith they will.”
Not to mention, a different insider clarified a few things about the 39-year-old’s hospitalization — specifically the controversial celeb is NOT being “held against his will” nor was he ever “chained to a gurney.” Also, just so everyone knows, Saint West‘s poppa isn’t staying in a psych ward as he’s being treated by “world-class doctors”.
In short: while Kanye may be eager to get home, it appears he’s cooperating with doctors in order to try and properly recover.
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