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Thursday 28 May 2015

West unhappy with Kardashian 'pecking order'

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

Kanye West is reportedly feuding with his girlfriend Kim Kardashian's "momager".

The 35-year-old hip hop mogul and the 32-year-old reality star have been dating for several months now.

Kanye spent the Christmas holidays with Kim's family, including her mother and manager Kris Jenner.

Apparently Kanye and Kris constantly argue about his hopes for Kim's career.

"He has serious professional ambitions for Kim and he knows he can open doors for her. Kanye feels like he can successfully reinvent her as an actress and wants to help develop her career into a triple threat-like Jennifer Lopez," a source told the American edition of OK! magazine.

"Kris is the momager and that's it. And Kanye better learn his place in the pecking order if he wants to last."

Kim feels incredibly loyal to both her boyfriend and her mother.

It is said that she is really struggling to cope with Kanye and Kris' bitter relationship.

"[Kim] was really hopeful that Kanye and her mom would get over their issues, or at least give it all a rest for the holidays," the source said.

"But if anything it's just been getting worse!"

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