After this rally in South Carolina, sources say the Kardashian/Jenner gang is reportedly worried and “shocked beyond words.”

According to the Daily Mail, the Kardashian/Jenner family are super concerned by his recent comments at his very first Presidential campaign rally in South Carolina. During the rally, West not only had a shocking viewpoint on Harriet Tubman’s contribution to freedom but became very emotional when speaking about abortions.

The source said:

“[The Kardashians are] shocked beyond words…[they feel that he is in] desperate need of professional help.”

“Kim is concerned, as well as her whole family. It’s super stressful for Kim, because Kanye’s behavior is very unpredictable. She is worried. The episodes usually last for a few weeks and then things go back to normal. Kim hopes it will be the same this time.”

During his campaign rally, Kanye West expressed no regrets in revealing their prior plans to abort North:

“Even if my wife were to divorce me after this speech, she brought North into this world, when I did not want to.”

Even T.I even called out ‘Ye on this one and rightfully so,

We sure hope to see Kanye get the professional help that he needs. SOON.

This rally and unscripted speech comes two weeks after his unofficial official bid for presidency. During the speech he acknowledged that his comments probably wouldn’t go over well with his family and he explained that if his wife were to divorce him after making these comments, he would still be thankful that she had their daughter North.

Reportedly he has asked Jay Z if he would be his running mate in the election. No confirmation on that. However, it seems as though Jay Z probably declined because Kanye didn’t even admit the proper paperwork to appear on the South Carolina ballot.


That’s right. After all of that hollering and crying and carrying on, Mr. West neglected to turn in the 10,000 petition signatures needed to get on South Carolina’s 2020 presidential ballot by Monday’s noon deadline.

No late registration is allowed.

Kanye did however get on the ballot in Oklahoma, where a $35,000 filing fee is the only requirement.