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Wednesday 7 October 2015

Kim Kardashian 'supports Kanye rant'

Published 14/05/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian reportedly feels that Kanye West's rant at photographers in Beverly Hills last week was justified.

The international rapper had an embarrassing mishap last Friday when he was trying to avoid photographers following him to lunch with his pregnant girlfriend.

Kanye walked straight into a road sign and struck his head, which caused the star to lose his temper with on looking photographers.

The star was seen launching into a vitriolic rant at one paparazzo after the incident in a video obtained by TMZ.

“Stop f**king taking pictures!” he was heard yelling in the clip.

Now the website reports that Kim is telling friends Kanye's angry outburst was understandable.

The reality TV beauty has allegedly told pals that "the paparazzi have become increasingly aggressive with both of them since she became pregnant.

"She's especially upset because on Monday a photographer chased her down while she was driving and she had to swerve into another lane to avoid him and almost got into a bad accident."

Kim has spoken about her pregnancy in a new interview with British magazine Grazia. The raven-haired beauty says older sister Kourtney - who has two children with her partner Scott Disick - made her aware of the problems she'd face.

"Kourtney warned me that when I got pregnant, people's opinions would be on an all-time high and everyone would chime in. Now I see what she means," she sighed, before admitting she isn't managing to maintain body confidence.

Kim, who also revealed she is a "little overwhelmed" about becoming a mother, says she and Kanye haven't chosen a name for their baby yet as they don't know the sex.

The star has tied the knot two times before, but insists she wouldn't rule out walking down the aisle with Kanye in the future.

"I do think I would get married again. That's what I always wanted," she smiled.

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