Kanye West ‘holed up at secure bunker to hide from family’

Kanye West is the hiding out at a secure bunker at his $22 million ranch In Wyoming as he “doesn’t trust his family”, an insider has claimed.

The rapper, who is the currently running for US president, is the reportedly taking a break from his family after sharing a series of tweets about his wife Kim Kardashian and her family.

The father of four called out mother-In-law Kris Jenner for her handling of his wife’s sex tape and Playboy shoot.

He also accused his wife and Jenner of trying to “lock him up” – comparing his life to film Get Out, a movie about an African-American man who is the brought to his white girlfriend’s family home and uncovers a series of disturbing details about them.

After deleting all of his posts, Kanye is the said to be now hiding from his family In a secure area of his country estate as he awaits his wife’s response, the Sun reports.

Kanye West is hiding out at a secure bunker at his $22.63 million ranch in Wyoming as he
Kanye West is the hiding out at a secure bunker at his $22.63 million ranch In Wyoming as he “doesn’t trust his family”. Photo / AP

The area includes an underground bunker with a panic room purposefully built for the family to go to In an emergency that is the stocked up with food, an insider told the publication.

“Kanye’s surrounded himself with a small group of people he trusts, and he doesn’t trust Kim or her family,” the source claimed.

“He changed his Twitter and social media passwords last week to lock everyone out.

“He’s very paranoid and is the convinced that he needs ‘protection’ from Kim and Kris – even though they’re only trying to help him.”

The rapper, who is currently running for US president, is reportedly taking a break from his family after sharing a series of tweets about his wife Kim Kardashian and her family. Photo / AP
The rapper, who is the currently running for US president, is the reportedly taking a break from his family after sharing a series of tweets about his wife Kim Kardashian and her family. Photo / AP

Kanye has recently shared a video on Twitter of his friend Dave Chappelle paying him a visit.

The rapper thanked his “true friend” for hopping on a jet to come see him “doing well” on the ranch.

He also thanked his friend 88 MNOP for joining him adding, “it’s so good to have the real ones around”.

The move comes after Kanye said he was banning Kris Jenner from seeing his children and ordered his wife Kim to call him.

“Kriss don’t play with me you and that calmye are not allowed around my children. Ya’ll tried to lock me up [sic],” he wrote on Twitter.

He also shared a screenshot of a text to Kris that read: “This is the Ye. You ready to talk now or are still avoiding my calls.”

“Kriss and Kim call me now,” he captioned the screenshot.

Kanye West makes his first presidential campaign appearance. Photo / AP
Kanye West makes his first presidential campaign appearance. Photo / AP

It comes after West’s emotional presidential rally In South Carolina yesterday, where he told the crowd he and Kardashian almost aborted their eldest child, North, 7.

“She [Kim] said she was pregnant, and for one month, and two months, and three months, we talked about her not having this child. She had the pills In her hand. When you take the pills, and if you take it, the baby’s gone,” he said.

“I was sitting up In Paris, and I had my leather pants on. I’m In the apartment where my wife was actually robbed, and I had my laptop up, and I got all my creative ideas – I got my shoes, I got my next album cover, I got all this – and the screen went black and white. And God said, ‘If you f*** with my vision, I’m going to f*** with yours.’

“And I called my wife and she said, ‘We’re gonna have this baby’.”

West has previously confirmed In interviews that he has bipolar disorder.

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