Kanye West Put Kim Kardashian On “Lockdown” During Amber Rose Feud?
Kanye West did NOT put Kim Kardashian on “lockdown” during his feud with Amber Rose. Gossip Cop can debunk the absurd report, which comes from an outlet that has a bad habit of writing outlandish and untrue stories about the couple.
RadarOnline declares in a headline, “Kim’s On Lockdown! How Kanye Reacted To News She’s ‘Considering Divorce.’” Mind you, NOWHERE in the accompanying story is divorce mentioned, or West’s “reaction” to it. Instead, the webloid begins by regurgitating erroneous claims that Kardashian “threw him out of the house” after his dust-up with Rose and Wiz Khalifa erupted last week.
Using that false premise, the site claims West “hit back and put his wife on lockdown,” explaining that since he “rules the roost,” he “came back at Kardashian with very specific instructions.” A so-called “source” is quoted as saying, “Kanye told Kim that she wasn’t allowed to say anything on social media after Amber Rose tweeted that gross note about him.”
“He told her that she was forbidden from getting involved. He said this was his fight and he was going to handle it his way and that he didn’t want Kim to write anything herself,” alleges the supposed snitch, who goes on to claim that West “made Kim call Amber and meet with her. He wanted Kim to make up with Amber for him. He told her what she had to do, and she listened to him, of course.”
While it’s true Kardashian called Rose to initiate their meeting, she was absolutely NOT “ordered” to do so by West. Nor did the “Love Lockdown” singer ban his wife from tweeting. The reality star simply chose to take the high road by not getting involved on social media.
Of course, the high road is something the webloid knows nothing about. As Gossip Cop noted earlier, the outlet exploited West and Kardashian’s daughter North by posting paparazzi pictures of her crying, all in an effort to spread more wrong allegations and score clicks. The bottom line is this: For accurate and fair Kimye news, do NOT go to RadarOnline.