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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Kim Kardashian 'controlled' by Kanye

Published 14/08/2013

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

Kim Kardashian’s business and personal matters are reportedly being directed entirely by Kanye West.

The famous couple welcomed daughter North West in June and Kim has been recovering at her mother Kris Jenner’s California home ever since the delivery.

Apparently Kanye isn’t allowing Kim to make decisions on her own at this time.

“Kanye wants to make sure that every single aspect of Kim’s life is now handled the way he wants it to be,” a source told Radar Online.

“He is controlling everything from her wardrobe to business choices and it’s definitely a change for Kim, who has always relied on her mother to take care of her. A lot of what Kim does now is dictated by Kanye.”

Kris serves as Kim’s manager and the matriarch launched the reality TV careers of the entire Kardashian family.

It has been claimed Kanye is vehemently opposed to having his daughter featured on any of the Kardashian family’s reality programmes, which has been a constant bone of contention.

“This is just another way Kanye is asserting his control over Kim and trying to make sure she follows his lead in everything instead of what her own mother has always done, which is completely expose every aspect of her life to the public for money,” the insider explained.

“Kanye is different. He isn’t a reality star and he doesn’t want Kim to be so public with their personal lives anymore.”

During a New York Times interview conducted earlier this year, Kanye said his child “isn’t America’s baby”. He also stated he decided to stop appearing on Keeping Up With the Kardashians due to “the amount of backlash” received from the media.

It is now rumoured Kanye has requested that American Vogue editor Anna Wintour feature his new family on the cover of the famed magazine. Anna supposedly has a huge problem with this, as she doesn’t want reality stars featured anywhere in the publication.

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