Kim Kardashian bans husband Kanye from attending music festival

Kim Kardashian has shared a stylish family photo - on Easter weekend.

Kardashian dubbed her husband "Dadye" in one photo that showed daughter North, niece Penelope and a few other kids petting the fur-clad rapper.

Speaking in a clip from an upcoming episode of the family's E! reality show, he said: "I get a call from one of Kanye's friends and my heart drops". "What's wrong?" she asked, beginning to cry. "He's like crying on the phone to me, and he wouldn't say what's wrong", she says of West's friend.

"Kanye was really cute", she told Khloé.




In November, Kanye was taken to hospital after suffering "temporary psychosis due to sleep deprivation and dehydration", which resulted in the cancellation of his tour. It's forcing him to take much needed time off which he needs.

The next episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians will address Kanye West's hospitalization. Fans of the famously public family have been waiting to see how Keeping Up With the Kardashians addressed the sensitive and personal subject that had sparked rumors of trouble in the pair's relationship.

"My relationship that has taken a complete turn for the worst", Malika said, as Khloe responded, "How am I supposed to know any of those things?"

Aside from the festivities at her sister's place, Kourtney also celebrated the special day with some heartwarming throwback snapshots from Easters past, showing her and Kim hunting for Easter eggs when they were little girls. Decked out in coordinating ensembles, the sweet family-of-four posed together for a holiday portrait, and they all looked super adorable! The whole sobbing scene of Kim Kardashian is when she received the news about her husband's emotional breakdown.

(Copyright © 2015. All Rights Reserved.)
 
Recommended

Chinese foreign minister: No winners if Korea war breaks out
But there are few good diplomatic or economic options for the Trump administration. Yi said that if a war occurs, everyone will lose.

Fowler sits 3rd at Masters: 'Right where I'm supposed to be'
He picked up two more on the par 5s and finished with birdie putts of 20 feet and 12 feet on the last two holes for a 5-under 67. There are quite a few certainties at the Masters - Amen Corner, green jackets, fast greens, pimento cheese sandwiches.

New state law authorizes school nurses/others to administer drugs in opioid overdoses
He says the state must also ensure West Virginia patients get treatment from providers "who are current with clinical knowledge". It also would apply $90 million from the state's rainy-day fund to help close a projected budget deficit.

Trump administration says no USA trading partners manipulate currency
That "distortion in the global trading system. imposed significant and long-lasting hardship on American workers and companies". In a recent interview after meeting China's President Xi Jinping, he said he no longer planned to go ahead with the move.

US sends dozens of troops to Somalia, 1st time in decades
In 1993, 18 United States special forces personnel were killed in the incident dramatised in the Hollywood film Black Hawk Down . Following those deaths, the American public was shocked and support for the operation evaporated.

N'Golo Kante favourite to win PFA Player of the Year award
The post Pochettino Surprised Alli Not Nominated For PFA Player Of The Year appeared first on 360Nobs.com. The shortlist was released today, with the Chelsea duo leading the charge.

Sprint HTC One M9 Nougat Update Rolling Out
Besides the updated Android OS build, the update includes the February 2017 security update and system performance enhancements. The carrier has already updated the official pages for the two phones, confirming that the update is indeed rolling out.

April the giraffe has calf in front of 1.2 million online audience
The private NY zoo whose pregnant giraffe became an internet sensation says April the giraffe's newborn calf is a male. At its peak, the livestream from her home at the Animal Adventure Park in NY drew nearly five million people per day.

Tillerson Says US and Russia Remain Divided on Syria
Tillerson said that the two countries agreed to set up a working group to stabilize their relationship and solve smaller issues. Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif emphasized that the participants warned that any unilateral action by the U.S.is unacceptable.

WWE stars that could use a move in the Superstar Shakeup
Now that they know they are staying on SmackDown Live , Chad Gable and Jason Jordan are cashing in their rematch clause. Lana, Rusev, The Shining Stars and Sin Cara complete the dealings by Smackdown general manager Daniel Bryan.

Dustin Johnson headed back to PGA Tour at Wells Fargo
Johnson originally warmed up as if he were going to play, but decided not to risk further injury. Johnson, 32, injured his back in a fall down a staircase just before the start of the Masters.

Man arrested in connection to Vanessa Marcotte murder case
Massachusetts State Police arrested 31-year-old Angelo Colon Ortiz in death of Vanessa Marcotte in Princeton in August 2016. She went for a run on the afternoon of August 7, and she was reported missing when she didn't return home as expected.

Ethiopia's champions in Boston to defend marathon titles
One day after the Easter Bunny was hopping all over MA , thousands of runners hit the road to race in the Boston Marathon. Keflezighi, who finished 13th in the 2017 race with a time of 02:17:00, is stepping away from competitive running.

Google Settles Out of Court with Russia Over Android
The company was found guilty of abusing its dominant position in the market for mobile devices running on Android. I also want to thank Google, not only for their cooperation, but also for recognizing the value of openness.

Finn Bálor suffered a concussion during match with Jinder Mahal on Raw
- The dark match before Tuesday night's WWE SmackDown in Boston saw Tyler Breeze and Fandango defeat The Ascension. That beer throw means that Gronk and Mahal officially now have the world's most intense drink-throwing feud going.


More News

News
More News