Kanye West Did NOT Slam Kim Kardashian For Putting North On Snapchat, Despite Report
Kanye West did not slam Kim Kardashian for putting North on Snapchat, despite yet another fully fabricated report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this made-up claim. We’re told it’s “totally untrue.”
According to RadarOnline, which seems to have lost much of its credibility with its recent spate of inaccurate stories about Kardashian and West, when the reality star joined Snapchat on March 9, it “caused a massive “fight between the already fractured couple.” The increasingly unreliable webloid alleges that while Kardashian “doesn’t seem to care” that her daughter North is “scared” of Snapchat, “West is another matter.” The site then quotes a so-called “source” saying, “Kanye cannot stand the fact that Kim uses their daughter North to promote herself on Snapchat,” and this could be the “final straw” before the possibly split.
The same supposed “source” notes, “Nori has made it very clear to her mother and the world that she does not like being filmed and Kim does it anyways.” That has prompted West, says the webloid, to “slam monster Kim.” “Kanye told her that he will not tolerate this behavior much longer,” adds the site’s questionable “source.”
Gossip Cop checked with West’s own rep, not some vague and unaccountable “source,” like the kind RadarOnline employs. We’re told the webloid’s claim about the couple fighting and the rapper being upset about North on Snapchat is “totally untrue.”
As noted before, this is just the latest in a seemingly unending stream of total falsehoods about Kardashian and West published by the outlet. In the past 10 days alone, Gossip Cop has busted the site for making up reports that the couple is on the verge of “divorce,” Kardashian had “banned” West from talking to Rihanna, and the reality star is planning her “raunchiest” nude shoot to date. In each and every one of those cases, while the webloid quoted some specious “source,” Gossip Cop got the truth from West and Kardashian’s reps, who were willing to publicly call out the site for making up stories.