Kim Kardashian ‘Lost Her S***’ After Kanye West Admits to Almost ‘Killing’ Daughter in Presidential Campaign Rally

Apparently, Kim Kardashian isn’t happy with how Kanye West’s first Presidential Campaign Rally went down on Sunday, July 19, after he had made an emotional speech against planned parenthood by revealing how he had almost “killed” his first-born daughter, North, through abortion.

Sources claim that Kim was so distraught by what he said to the public that she is “considering” divorcing him if he does not withdraw from his campaign. “Kim wants Kanye to drop out of this race now and she told him if he does not she may drop him!” an unnamed source told The Sun.

The source went on to say that Kim had “lost her s**t” and that Kanye had allegedly told her and mother-in-law Kris that “the only reason he said that was because he knew that he needed something big to get the attention on his campaign.”

Another source told Entertainment Tonight that part of the reason why Kim was so upset is that “she knows this is something North will see when she gets older and that’s heartbreaking.” She was also reportedly concerned about how Kanye wasn’t able to practice social distancing measures amid the COVID-19 health crisis.

Kris reportedly told Kanye to self-quarantine for two weeks before he gets to see his wife and children because of it. This didn’t sit well with Kanye, apparently, after he made many tweets (now deleted) comparing his situation to the horror movie “Get Out” that starred a black character discovering disturbing things about his white wife’s family.

Kim has yet to publicly address Kanye’s controversial campaign rally and his tweets.

(ALSO READ: ‘I Almost Killed My Daughter’: Kanye West Gets Emotional During Presidential Campaign Rally)

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