Kanye West’s rep says rapper not ‘going away to get help,’ Kim’s story ‘simply untrue

A representative of Kanye West denied that the rapper was seeking help in the aftermath of his tirade against Trevor Noah as well as his social media attacks on Kim and her boyfriend Pete Davidson, in the recent past. Ye had faced a ban on social media and a source close to the Kardashians had said that Kanye had told Kim that he was going away to get help.

The alleged source had told Page Six about Kanye seeking help. However, Kanye’s representative has denied the claim by this source. The rep, who is Hollywood Unlocked founder Jason Lee as well as the latest Head of Media and Partnerships of the rapper, released a statement to Yahoo on April 1, refuting the claim.



Lee said that Ye (as he is now called) monitored all the headlines about him and his family, each day. It also said that ‘sources close to the Kardashians’ had been creating a “false narrative” that was not only “untrue” but had further compromised his goal which was to create a healthy environment for the beautiful children that he shared with Kim Kardashians. They have four children.

The rep also added that Kanye had been focused on taking care of himself by “being a present and loving father” as well as a creative genius much before the false headlines that they had recently seen.

Lee also told Yahoo that there was no conversation with Kim. He added that anything not heard directly from his mouth or read from his social media or obtained from a press release that he approved was “simply false.”

Kanye has been silent on social media after he was banned from Instagram, some days ago. He had deleted his posts after he was called out for using a racial slur against Trevor Noah. He had been dropped from performing at the Grammys, on Sunday. However, he won two awards for Rap Song “Jail” and for Melodic Rap Performance “Hurricane” at the Grammys.

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