Dec 01, 2016 06:45 PM EST

Kim Kardashian Quits Show, Withdraws From Social Media Because of Kanye West?

Kim Kardashian is now partially withdrawing from the limelight because of the mental condition of her husband. Kanye West is still in the hospital for treatment and will be released only after returning to his normal state of mind.

The mother-of-two is not active on her social media accounts too. She has stopped filming for the current season of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians." She said that Kanye West's situation is not a public thing. She cannot go on appearing on the show and feature her sick husband on it.

She might not also join her family for the show's 14th season if the rapper does not recuperate. The reality star is trying everything to keep West's hospitalization private. She sees to it that no cameras are focused on her every time she visits the UCLA Medical Center where her husband is confined.

Morning News USA reported that the rapper is still in the hospital because he opted to stay. He believes that he is best treated inside the medical facility.

Kanye West broke down during one of his concerts. He did not finish his whole repertoire for the night and went straight to the hospital. The next day, he canceled the remaining 21 scheduled concerts for his Saint Pablo tour.

He was very tired and lacked sleep because of his series of performances. Many other causes were seen that has caused his breakdown.

He was reportedly still coping with the loss of his mother. Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery was also another traumatic experience for him. He has to act as a father to his two kids, run his business and attend to his concerts. All these add up and made him reach his breaking point.

Why was Kanye West working so hard at the expense of his health? Did his reported debt cause him to work to death? Is it high time for the family to slow down and trim down their luxury? Whatever caused his mental deterioration, only he can help himself.

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