Kanye's Condition 'Much Worse' Than Previously Feared
Kanye's 'temporary psychosis' as a result of sleep deprivation and extreme dehydration could be much worse than first feared.
TMZ have suggested that Ye's problems may 'run much deeper'. He is currently at the UCLA Medical Centre after his breakdown on Monday.
The website claims that a 'well-connected Kanye source' told them that the musician's psychological problems are so significant that his insurance policy will 'almost certainly' cover the losses for the 21 concerts he's cancelled.
TMZ's source also said that Ye's family were hoping to have him home for Thanksgiving (today) but sadly he will have to spend his holidays at the centre.
People magazine reported that Kim Kardashian has been by his side throughout, only leaving the centre on Wednesday evening.
Kim Kardashian has been at Kanye's side; Credit: PA Images
None of the reports have been confirmed but they also spoke to their own source who claimed that he is 'starting to feel more like himself' and that he understands the importance of 'resting and getting help'.
The source added: "They are taking it day by day. He understands that getting help at the hospital was necessary."
Let's all take a minute to please remember that mental health is a serious issue. Taking the piss out of someone because they're struggling contributes towards people feeling that there's a stigma against them. Check out this article by one of our writers.
Male suicide is the single biggest killer of British men under the age of 45. One in four people will experience a mental health problem in any given year and, according to a CALM survey, 41 percent of men who contemplated ending their lives never actually spoke to anyone about it.
Here at TheLADbible, we've been working on our U OK M8? series over the past few months to reduce the stigma that often exists around mental health, which can stop men speaking up about the problems they suffer.
The fact that Kanye has some issues right now will hopefully show others that it doesn't matter who you are - anyone can be affected.
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