Kim Kardashian Worries That Kanye West Is On A 'Path To Destruction' But Plans To Stand By Him

Kim Kardashian is down to ride even if it's on a "path to destruction." Despite her husband Kanye West's outlandish comments lately, the reality star is reportedly concerned but is willing to stand by her man.

After the "Ultralight Beam" rapper made some controversial remarks on Twitter as well as in interviews, sources close to Kardashian claim that she is worried about West but is doing her best to protect him.

"Kim is absolutely worried about him right now, but she will defend him publicly to the end. She's a very loyal wife, and her tweets and everything she's been saying is definitely very calculated to help Kanye," the source explained.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star recently defended Kanye while appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, April 30. When DeGeneres asked Kardashian how she felt about Kanye's series of tweets in April, the makeup mogul immediately stated that she had no idea that he reactivated his Twitter account again until she started seeing the tweets appear on her timeline.

Prior to her interview with DeGeneres, the KKW Beauty founder supported her husband by taking to her own Twitter account to fire back at the media for claiming that the Grammy Award winner has mental health issues due to his recent statements.

Kanye Goes 'AWOL' On TMZ Live

Although Kardashian has been extremely vocal about her husband and his free will, she has not yet commented on his most recent statements during his interview on TMZ Live.

On Tuesday, May 1, the father of three received widespread backlash after he made unorthodox suggestions about slavery, which led TMZ Senior Producer Van Lathan to school him on history.

"When you hear about slavery for 400 years -- for 400 years? That sounds like a choice. Like, you was there for 400 years and it's all of y'all?" the hip-hop artist said.

The comment led Lathan to confront the fashion designer and respond with an answer that many might have been thinking since the rapper returned to social media.

Shortly after his appearance on TMZ, Kanye took to Twitter to defend his statement with yet another series of tweets. The "Real Friends" rapper explained that his statement was simply free thought.

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