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Friday 4 September 2015

Kanye West ‘happy to escape Kardashian bubble’

Published 06/04/2013

Kanye West
Kanye West

Kanye West is reportedly feeling overwhelmed by his girlfriend Kim Kardashian's large family.

The rapper and his girlfriend Kim Kardashian are expecting their first baby, which is due in July. Although they were regularly seen together in the early stages of her pregnancy, the pair have been forced apart due to work recently.

Kanye is said to be fine with spending less time with Kim's large family as he finds them so intense.

"He worries his association with the Kardashian brand and reality show could hurt his own fan base and image and it's getting to him. He isn't keen to be on any more shows with her," an insider told Heat magazine.

"It's overwhelming. Kanye is an only child, whereas the Kardashians are always in each other's business - he isn't used to all that. He wanted to remove himself from the hectic Kardashian bubble for a while."

The new arrival is thought to be a little girl, with Kim recently saying she would love to call the tot Easton West.

Although she can't wait to become a mother, pregnancy has been hard on the 32-year-old star. Her maternity wardrobe has been widely ridiculed and she has been slammed for putting on weight. The star has insisted rumours of her ballooning size have been drastically exaggerated, but all the speculation is getting to her.

The star's boyfriend apparently can't fathom why Kim cares so much.

"Kanye doesn't get why she's so worried about her body. They're creating a new life," the insider said.

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