Kanye West: Devastating reason why rapper ‘wouldn’t remember son’s name’ revealed
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Kanye West’s recent comments have sparked fears for his mental health and wellbeing after a number of bombshell confessions during an election rally and online. He broke down in tears as he revealed that he and reality TV star wife Kim Kardashian nearly aborted their daughter North, now seven, on Sunday. On Twitter, he wrote about marriage difficulties and claimed to have “been trying to get divorced” this morning. The US rapper has spoken out about mental health on a number of occasions and channeled his thoughts on bipolar disorder into his music. Prior to his presidential bid, he candidly explained his difficulties and fears in an unearthed interview.
Kanye claimed he had been misdiagnosed with bipolar disorder during a televised interview with President Donald Trump in the White House two years ago.
He revealed a neuropsychologist who worked with the National Basketball Association (NBA) and National Football League (NFL) had conducted scans on his brain.
The rapper said: “I’m going to go ahead and drop some bombs for you – 98 percentile IQ test…
“He said that I actually wasn’t bipolar, I had sleep deprivation which could cause dementia 10 to 20 years from now where I wouldn’t even remember my son’s name.
“So all this power that I’ve got and I’m taking my son to the [Chicago White] Sox game and all that, I wouldn’t be able to remember his name from a misdiagnosis.”
He claimed that the US needed to “empower the pharmaceuticals” industry and put his name forward as someone who could help them to make money as a way to help the economy.
Months before, the ‘Gold Digger’ performer released an album entitled ‘I hate being bipolar…it’s awesome’ and in a number of songs has referenced mental health.
In the track ‘Yikes’, Kanye rapped: “That’s my bipolar s***, n**** what? That’s my superpower, n**** ain’t no disability. I’m a superhero! I’m a superhero!”
Around that time, he also told musician-turned-radio-host ‘Big Boy’ that he had “never been diagnosed” until he was 39 years old but only alluded to the “mental condition” being bipolar disorder.
He continued: “But like I said on the album, it’s not a disability, it’s a superpower.”
In 2016, Kanye was rushed to hospital following a “psychiatric emergency” and was forced to cancel 21 concert dates on his tour.
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This year he announced his intention to run for US President on July 4 – the US holiday Independence Day – but debated whether to launch his bid in 2020 or 2024.
He wrote on Twitter: “I guess all black people [are] supposed to vote [for Joe] Biden? Y’all want me to run on nah???”
Kanye verbally hit out at his wife Kim Kardashian’s alleged attempts to “lock him up”, which has left her “completely devastated” according to an Entertainment Tonight source.
They claimed: “Kim has always been public about everything in her life, but with Kanye and him being bipolar she has always respected to keep that more private and within the family.
“Kanye tweeting about the family and painting her as trying to “lock him up” has upset Kim because that wasn’t her intention and she only ever wants the best for her husband.”
On Twitter, he also referred to his mother-in-law Kris Jennner as “Kris Jong-un” in a reference to the North Korean dictator and claimed to feel attacked by the Kardashian family because he “cried about saving my daughters’ life”.
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