Jul 14, 2017 09:01 AM EDT By Lindsay Cronin

Kim Kardashian Instagram: Kanye West Wants Her To Quit After Cocaine Claims? [VIDEO]

Kanye West would be happy to see wife Kim Kardashian take a break from social media.

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Kanye West would love for his wife Kim Kardashian to take a break from social media.

Following allegations of cocaine use and backlash over a corset dress worn by their daughter, a source claims the rapper is feeling a bit overwhelmed by all the controversy sparked on social media in the past week.

“Kim doesn’t usually let the haters get to her but when it comes to anything with her kids it’s a different story,” a family insider told Hollywood Life on Thursday.

Earlier this week, four-year-old North West was seen in a corset that many felt was real. Right away, Kardashian was targeted by fans online.

“She’s so much more sensitive and protective, things upset her and then it’s hard for her to let it go,” the source continued.

In response to the controversy, Kardashian tweeted, “I would never put my daughter in a corset! It’s a dress I bought that is a cotton fabric that laces up & looks like a corset! Just decoration.”

Still, West doesn't think that social media is the best thing for his wife's health.

“Kanye hates seeing her get upset, he wants to protect her,” the insider continued. “His answer is for her to quit social media again, he thinks it’s beneath her and unhealthy. He’s pushing her to take another break from it.”

As for the recent cocaine claims, which Kardashian has since proven false, the source said that West felt the rumors was "bulls***."

“There’s no way in hell anybody could really believe Kim would touch drugs,” the insider said. “She’s an angel and everyone knows it. If trolls want to come after Kanye, that’s fine — he knows he’s outrageous and people love to hate on him. He can deal with it. But for them to go after Kim like this is bulls***.”

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