Could Kanye West be having mental issues?


Kanye West

Kanye West’s recent behavior has beckoned questions amongst his concerned fans. People have started questioning his sanity as he has been acting really weird.

A close source to Kanye has however revealed that the rapper’s recent rants should be no cause for alarm because he seems perfectly fine.

“I haven’t felt personally concerned about his wellbeing, every time I talk with him – which is almost every day – he’s extremely good-natured, [and] in a great mood …” says West’s longtime friend.

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 “West needs help, in the form of counseling. Spiritual & mental,  i want him to be happy, and if he’s not happy, I’m concerned,” Rhymefest, who co-wrote West’s “Jesus Walks” and “New Slaves,” said.

But West’s friend was all out to defend him. In defense of his friend, he said:

“Kanye is an extraordinarily creative person and he is a self-professed extraordinarily cocky person, and the behavior that he exhibits publicly is totally consistent with his persona.” He’s also extremely funny, fun and daring , he’s a risk taker and a lot of what he brings to the table in terms of performance, he brings his Twitter into that, he brings his entire life into that.”

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His friend further said that West’s root has influence on his behavior:

“He isn’t afraid to be himself at all times and he really values that part of himself, even when being honest is uncomfortable, even when it ruffles feathers, provokes, ticks people off, he often says that he was raised this way by his parents who were both activists and thinkers, educators. They instilled in him this belief that it was necessary to be himself at all costs.”

To be honest West, I’m also concerned. Please call me, I need to know that you are really okay.


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