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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West do not have a plan to "save" their marriage from divorce through sex, dieting and their third child. This is a ridiculously made-up story piggy-backing off untrue split claims. Gossip Cop can bust it.

Earlier this week, Star falsely announced a $1 billion divorce the couple. HollywoodLife picked up the wrong tabloid report and then embellished it with its own allegations of marital strife. The webloid then flip-flopped on Kardashian and West divorcing, insisting their relationship was fine. Now here is the next chapter in this manufactured saga.

After previously alleging Kardashian and West hit their "limit" in 2017, the site is claiming it "EXCLUSIVELY learned" how the pair "have a plan to take their marriage to the next level in 2018." "The top of the list is his health, she wants him to really buckle down and focus on getting back in killer shape," a so-called "source" is quoted as saying. This supposed snitch goes on to assert, "Kanye is totally on board, even though it's the holiday season he's dieting and working out every day. He's determined to impress Kim and live up to her high standards."

But, contends the outlet, "Cutting back on the Christmas cookies is just the first step. The second step... takes them into the bedroom." Here HollywoodLies, as it's known, wants readers to believe that its alleged tipster actually declared, "Kim wants more sex in 2018," and that this person further leaked that "their sex life really suffered this past year." Besides it being utterly ludicrous to think someone connected to the couple would talk to the blog about their intimate activities, these claims actually contradict (an equally absurd) story from July in which it claimed Kardashian and West were having the "best sex of their lives."

Apparently the online publication forgot it previously peddled that fan-fiction when concocting this new narrative. After that gaffe, the new story turns its attention to West being a "workaholic," and maintains, "That stops when the clock strikes twelve on New Year's Eve, especially since they'll be soon proud parents of a third child." Then, "with more sex, less food, more exercise and more daddy time on the list," the supposed "final item on Kim's five-step plan to revive her marriage" is her alleged desire for West to "spend more time with her family," as if he doesn't already do that all year long.

Basically, to back up its contention that "Kim has already made resolutions to revive their marriage in 2018," the webloid has just taken some of the most popular and common goals people make for the new year. Many people vow to work out more, cut out bad foods, make more time for family, work less and, yes, have more sex. And it's not unreasonable to think Kardashian could have envision incorporating some of these things into their lives next year. But she and West don't need to "save" their marriage from divorce and there is no specific plan in the works. This was simply crafted to continue milking this week's false rumors about an impending split.

It's also worth noting Kardashian just celebrated West on Instagram on Friday. There's no secret mission to make him a better husband and father. HollywoodLies just has its own mission to gain traffic through stories about them. Too bad Gossip Cop is told this one is made-up.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.


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