Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Are Not Getting Along Amid Coronavirus Quarantine
The coronavirus pandemic has been tough on a lot of people over the last few months. As people stay behind closed doors, many without jobs and businesses shut down, the future remains uncertain. Moreover, there has been an increase in domestic violence as well.
It's not surprising that couples are spending a lot more time together lately, but this may be for the worse in some cases. An already turbulent and emotional relationship may be exacerbated by increased quarters and an inability to go outside to blow off steam.
A new report from Page Six suggested that even Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been struggling at home. A source who spoke with the outlet claimed that Kanye and Kim have been staying at "opposite ends of the house."
Insiders who spoke with The Sun claimed the couple has been fighting virulently at home. The source claims Kim has been getting a little "stir crazy" because she's normally quite busy with her career and always working on a project.
Furthermore, she supposedly thinks that Kanye hasn't been working in the same way she has to keep the family together. For the sake of civility, the source remarked, the couple has been socially distancing within the confines of their own home, but not on account of the virus, more so to avoid fighting.
This news from Page Six comes not long after another report from Us Magazine which argued the same point. A source who spoke with Us Weekly suggested that Kanye has been bothering Kim a lot lately. She doesn't have as much patience for him as she usually does.
Allegedly, Kim is frustrated by the fact that Kanye doesn't ask how he can help her with their children. With that said, Kim's Instagram page has been suggesting the opposite.
One photo she shared features Kanye in bed with their daughters, Chicago and North, who are 2 and 6, respectively. If the reports are true, it's possible the couple will be able to get back to normal soon, as more and more American states are reopening again.