Kim Kardashian felt 'sense of responsibility' for Kanye West's breakdown

by Wade Massey April 18, 2017, 1:12

Kim Kardashian struggled with husband Kanye West's hospitalization, but remained optimistic, on Sunday's new Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Kim's mom Kris Jenner along with her sister Kourtney Kardashian continue to watch concerned as Kim continues to get more and more anxious throughout the brief call. She later told her mother Kris and sister Kourtney that Kanye was crying on the phone to her but wouldn't tell her what was wrong. She admits she's exhausted and says she hasn't had her phone on for days. Incidentally, in November past year, Kanye West left the show half-way and was hospitalized for exhaustion.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is still anxious about her husband's condition following his mental breakdown back in December 2016. The star took a break from social media as she tried to get her family in order but has since returned and started to speak about her family's tumultuous times.

Kim Kardashian said she felt responsible to take care of West because she is committed to their marriage.

West's hospital stay came weeks after Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint by armed intruders in her Paris hotel room in early October.

We haven't really seen Kanye or heard from him since. The scene shows a friend of Kanye calling his wife to let her know the bad news. I just knew that was the moment. She will need to skip the Angel Ball to take care of Kanye.

If you're one of those viewers, you can click over to watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians online at TV Fanatic in order to catch up.

Kim had been in NY during the moment of the ordeal, and it contributed to the star's panic after receiving her friend's phone call.


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