While the world has yet to get a first glimpse of baby North West, dad Kanye West fears that his daughter will get harassed by the paparazzi.
Last weekend, the Yeezus rapper allegedly attacked Daniel Ramos, a photographer who was taking pictures of him as he left LAX. After Kanye reportedly tried to grab Ramos' camera, a fight ensued, resulting in the photographer being treated for minor injuries. Sources said this incident is one of the main reasons why the rapper has yet shown North to the public.
The rapper reportedly feels he can't take baby North out in public because the paparazzi will ruin their "precious" father-daughter time.
"He wants to be outside with his little girl, not just in some house or in the backyard of a mansion behind gates," a source close to the rapper said, according to HollywoodLife. com. "He wants her to see the world, put her in a stroller and walk around with her. But he can't. The cameras will be all over him, depriving him of these precious moments he could be having with his daughter."
The source added that the rapper feels like his freedom is being controlled by photographers.
"He feels like a caged tiger," the source said. "He's pissed he can't just live in peace and have some time with Kim [Kardashian] and the baby without all the attention."
Kanye isn't the only celebrity who feels paparazzi has jeopardized their child's life.
Enstars reported earlier that last month, actress Halle Berry testified on court to support an anti-paparazzi bill, that would limit photographers from taking pictures of celebrities' children.
Berry, 46, who already has a 5-year-old daughter, Nahla and currently pregnant with a baby boy, said that her daughter has been terrorized by paparazzi while at school.
"They jump out of bushes, they jump out of cars, they come from behind buildings... a seemingly normal schoolyard turns into what feels like a battleground," Berry said. "I've been a celebrity in this town for 20 years and I understand the game... but my children should not have to be okay with that."