Kanye West has been a long time fan of his wife, Kim Kardashian West’s seductive dressing, however, on a recent episode of Keeping up With the Kardashian, it appears that the rapper is having a change of heart.
On Sunday’s episode, the couple were caught up in an argument over Kim’s Thiery Muggler dress that she was set to wear to the Met Gala on the eve of the event. The gala took place in New York in May.
According to the controversial rapper, who claims he has transitioned in life after marriage and fatherhood, his wife’s corset and dress were just too tight, adding that it has gotten to a point where her sexy public clothing is having an effect on him.
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“I went through this transition where being a rapper, looking at all these girls and looking at my wife, like, ‘Oh my girl needs to be just like the other girls showing their body off.’ I didn’t realize that that was affecting my soul and my spirit as someone who is married and the father of now … about to be four kids. A corset is a form of underwear, it’s hot, for who though?” Kanye, 42, told his wife.
Looking visibly peeved at Kanye/s comment, Kim, 38, registered her displeasure and disapproval.
“So the night before the Met you’re going to come in here and say that you’re not into a corset vibe?” she asked him. “You’re giving me really bad anxiety. You knew last night I had really bad anxiety and I don’t need any more negative energy and for you to say you’re now not into me wearing a tight dress.”
“You are my wife and it affects me when pictures are too sexy,” Kanye responded.
Kim, however, was having none of it.
“You built me up to be this sexy person and confidence and all this, and just because you’re on a journey and transformation doesn’t mean I’m in the same spot with you,” she clapped back.
Kanye, who was in the middle of a meal, subsequently left the room.
“Okay, alright. Okay, alright cool,” he said before walking away.
Take a look at the incident below:
Early this month, the rapper and producer made the news once again after re-echoing his support for Trump during his Sunday Service event he took to Salt Lake City, Utah.
“They try to tell me because of my colour who I’m supposed to pick as the president”, he told the audience.
He added that he has “never made a decision only based on my colour. That’s a form of slavery. Mental slavery.”
He also took time to remind the crowd that it is actually the Republican Party’s Abraham Lincoln who freed black slaves.