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Sources leak info on Kanye’s recovery

2016-11-24 12:46

Los Angeles - Kanye West is reportedly "doing much better" following his hospitalisation.

The 39-year-old rapper was recently taken to hospital after suffering with exhaustion and sleep deprivation which led to the cancellation of his Saint Pablo Tour, and sources now say the star is on the road to recovery.

Entertainment Tonight reports a source said the Famous rapper is "doing much better" now that his wife Kim Kardashian West is by his side.

They added to the publication: "He just needed some rest. Kim is currently with Kanye right now at his side. Kim feels more connected to Kanye than ever. Their marriage is doing great."

The news of the Gold Digger hitmaker's steady recovery comes after Kim - with whom he shares two children, North, three, and Saint, 11 months - flew from New York City to Los Angeles to be with her husband as he was being treated at the UCLA Medical Centre.

An insider said: "Kim was terrified. She was so scared when she heard the news and rushed to his side.

"There was no question about her staying in New York City. She had to be with him last night."

The 36-year-old television personality was expected to attend Denise Rich's Angel Ball on Monday, her first high-profile appearance since she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris last month, but understandably wanted to be with Kanye instead.

The insider added: "Kim was so excited to go to the Angel Ball. She got herself ready for last night to be her first public appearance. It's a cause that is so important to her and she wanted to be there for her family."

Kanye's hospitalisation comes after he was reportedly suffering from a "combination" of health problems including "stress, anxiety, and paranoia".

Another source said previously: "It was a combination of a lot of issues: stress, anxiety, paranoia. He just broke. There have been signs recently of him just overwhelmed. Kanye hasn't been himself for a while."

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