Kanye West is making it a struggle for his wife Kim Kardashian to reach him — he’s ducking some calls and rejecting her pleas to join him in Wyoming.
Sources close to the couple say there’s been very little communication between husband and wife since he jetted off for his South Carolina rally last weekend, and zero face time.
Also sources say Kim has made attempts to talk to Kanye about his mental state … but he’s not receptive. She’s twice tried to fly to their ranch where Kanye’s been staying to help him out, but he has refused to see her both times.
Obviously, there’s a lot more that they need to sit and talk about, as Kanye’s gone on 2 separate Twitter rants this week blasting Kris Jenner, comparing his life to “Get Out,” claiming the movie was about him and that his family’s trying to have him involuntarily committed … and even suggested Kim tried to cheat on him with Meek Mill, so he wants to divorce her.
This bizarre event all went down after he announced his potential run for president at a rally that took place in South Carolina, where Kanye as well ridiculously declared that Harriet Tubman didn’t free any slaves, but instead just had them go work for other white people.
He got very personal saying that he and Kim had considered aborting their first child North, and he then began crying and stating that he now discourage abortion and suggested that people should be given at least or in the range of $1 million dollars per child to have children.
Other sources say Kim was concerned about Kanye’s behavior well before the rally took place. We’re told she was worried earlier in the month when he was in the Dominican Republic, so she flew to be with him … and knew then something was seriously off.
We’re told Kim had to leave Kanye to get back to their children, and after that — without any heads up — he went to South Carolina for his rally, and it’s been all downhill from there. Since this recent event Kim has spoken out about Kanye’s bipolar disorder and how it has affected their family and that she is very protective of their children and as well her husband’s right to privacy when it concerns his health.