Are Kanye West’s friends arriving in Wyoming to offer support amid his nervous breakdown after his alarming Twitter rant?
Kanye West has reportedly received the help he needs from members of the team as he self-isolates at his ranch in Wyoming. A source via People magazine shared an update on the dramatic situation after the 43-year-old rapper shared a series of eccentric tweets. Kanye West has made wild accusations against his wife Kim Kardashian and her mother-in-law Kris Jenner; his tweets also made several bizarre revelations, including that he was considering an abortion with his first daughter, North.
Kanye’s childhood friends from Chicago, Don Crawley and John Monopoly, and his manager Bu Thiam all flew to Cody, Wyoming to support him the pissed off rapper. The source via People shared: “They are very concerned about his mental health and are taking action, they are working to get him the help he needs. He has been seen by a doctor. He has been assessed and the assessment Monday determined he did not require immediate hospitalization and was in stable mental condition at the time.
They added, “Don C was Kanye’s wedding best man and an executive at his GOOD Music label. John Monopoly is Kanye’s former manager. His loved ones are concerned, and it’s everyone’s top priority. make sure he is safe and gets the help he needs.
Yesterday, Kim Kardashian also broke her silence and defended Kanye through a lengthy statement via Instagram. Kim admitted to feeling “helpless” over Kanye’s mental health condition and offered full support in his diagnosis of bipolar disorder.