Kanye West Did NOT Stroll Out On Kim Kardashian During Couples Counseling, Regardless of Report

In accordance to Star. West not long ago “storm[ed] off in a jealous rage” during their last counseling session.

 

A so-named “source” tells the tabloid, “The therapist asked them to clarify why their previous relationships had failed, and why this one particular wouldn’t. But when Kim admitted she initially imagined Reggie Bush was The One, Kanye misplaced it and ran out.”

The magazine’s supposed “source” further claims, “Kanye is exceptionally insecure when it comes to Kim,” and has stated that she “only looks to date the head of football teams.” “Whenever he gets depressed, Kanye convinces himself that Kim only married him simply because Reggie wouldn’t commit to her, no matter how a lot of times she reassures him otherwise.” Gossip Cop is possessing a difficult time figuring out exactly where to commence correcting this nonsense. Was the tabloid’s probably concocted “source” hiding under the therapist’s desk eavesdropping when West allegedly stormed out of the session? Also ridiculous is the seemingly fabricated quote about how Kardashian “seems to date the head of football teams.”

As widely regarded, right after dating Bush, Kardashian married Kris Humphries, a basketball player. Regardless of the publication’s obvious mistakes, Gossip Cop nevertheless checked in with Kardashian’s rep, who assures us the story is one hundred % “false.” Sadly, this is not surprising. Star has a extended and ignominious historical past of receiving stories wrong about Kardashian. In 2014, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid for a cover story that falsely claimed “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” was “canceled.” The following year, the magazine seemingly created up a different absurd cover that asserted Kardashian was in a feud with Kate Middleton. And final yr, Gossip Cop shot down one more cover story from the exact same publication, which wrongly alleged Kardashian’s robbery was a hoax. and that the “heist could have been faked.”

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