Kanye West is no longer taking medication for severe mental illness – and Kris Jenner and the rest of the Kardashian family are worried.
Here’s what People magazine is reporting:
Kanye West‘s family is very concerned for the rapper — but doesn’t know what to do or how to help him.
During a meeting with Donald Trump in the Oval Office on Thursday, West — who avidly supports and voted for the president in the 2016 election — claimed during a lengthy, televised discussion that he was “misdiagnosed” with bipolar disorder. (The rapper, 41, also recently revealed that he is “off medication” he had previously been taking to treat the disorder.)
According to a source close to West, people in his inner circle “are telling him that he needs to get back on his medication, that he’s not doing well, that he’s not making any sense.”
“Now he’s in the Oval Office, and he’s doing the same rant, and that’s going to validate his rants,” shares the source.
People Magazine has a longstanding relationship with Kris Jenner. They wouldn’t post an article like this, without her input and sign off.
In fact, many online are suggesting that Kris Jenner is the unnamed source for the article.
Yesterday Kanye returned to Twitter after a few week hiatus…He posted a 10-minute long video in which he voiced his opinions on “mind control:”
“I just want to talk about mind control,” West began in his return post. “You know, when people try to influence you through social media and try to tell you what to do, or if you post something that’s like positive on Instagram it gets taken down if it’s not a part of a bigger agenda. That’s like mind control. That’s the echo chamber. That’s trying to control you based off of incentivizing you and based off of you getting enough likes. That’s the poison that’s happening with social media.”
He also talked about — in his opinion — his genius IQ and how he does not like to be told what to do.
“Imagine you like cut your skull open and somebody like touched your brain with their hand, how that would hurt you,” West said. “That’s how it hurts me when people try to tell me what to do when I’m going from my heart.”