"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" is coming to an end after 20 seasons, and one report says that Kris Jenner is pulling the plug on the series because she is afraid Kanye West will damage the family's brand.
Insiders told The Sun that Kris has "had enough" of her daughter Kim's husband. The rapper "tried to constantly fight with Kris over production and the direction that the show is going" but the momager "was not about to let anybody take the reins."
One source said Kanye's erratic behavior was "uncontrollable" and Kris "needed to pull the plug before he does irreversible damage to her brand."
Earlier this year, Kanye accused Kris of "white supremacy" and called her "Kris Jong-un." He has also shared intimate details about the Kardashian family, claiming he tried to divorce Kim and accused her of almost aborting their eldest daughter, North. It later emerged that Kim had pleaded with her husband to give up his longshot presidential campaign to "focus on his mental health instead." Kanye has admitted that he is bipolar.
A source told Entertainment Tonight that "Kim flew to Wyoming Monday to see Kanye after weeks of trying to get ahold of him and having him agree to see her. The meeting was extremely emotional as the couple has a lot to work through now and most importantly making sure Kanye is healthy."
Kim also opened up about her husband's struggles with bipolar disorder and asked fans for their support and understanding.
"Anyone who has this or has a loved one in their life who does, knows how incredibly complicated and painful this is to understand," she wrote in an Instagram post.
She went on to describe Kanye as "a brilliant but complicated person" who is dealing with "the pressures of being an artist and a Black man," has experienced "the painful loss of his mother," and has to "deal with the pressure and isolation that is heightened by his bipolar disorder."
She added: "Those who are close with Kanye know his heart and understand his words sometimes do not align with his intentions."
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