Dec 01, 2016 05:10 AM EST

Kanye West Released From The Hospital, Wife Kim Kardashian Doesn't Want Kids Around West Because Of Unstable Mental Condition


After being confined for a week at the UCLA Medical Center, rapper Kanye West is finally released and is now together with his family, except kids North and Saint? Recent reports say that Kim Kardashian has been keeping his kids away from husband for safety issues.

Kanye West is "mentally exhausted" and unstable

West's condition is caused by too much stress from work. A source told Page Six that the rapper has been working non-stop with his schedules in line with his tours, sneaker and fashion line, and has not been getting enough sleep. On top of that, the source also said that West, who recently celebrated his mother's death anniversary, is still devastated by the loss.

West trusts only Kim and no one else. Even kids are not allowed near him.

West was diagnosed with temporary psychosis. The doctors told Kim that West's paranoia is in a serious state and "he is in no shape to leave" the hospital. It was reported that except from Kim, West was not trusting anyone in the hospital, not even his doctors.

Kim Kardashian has been hands-on with husband since he was admitted in the hospital. However, it seems that Kim is more concerned with kids. Enstarz recently reported that Kim has been worried about her kids being around West. West's recent behavior somewhat prompted Kim to keep the kids from visiting their father. While in the hospital, their kids were left with Kylie together with sisters Kendall and Kourtney.

West was finally discharged but under close medical monitoring

West is now released from the hospital. However, he is still under close medical monitoring. West is already on his way home and reunites with wife and kids.

Despite the good news, the couple's relationship is somehow affected by the news. A recent report by Jobs & Hire says that West's condition is putting the couple's relationship on the rocks.

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