Kim Kardashian spoke for the first time about Kanye West’s bipolar episode with emotional words after his Twitter’s rants accused her cheating with Meek Mill and called her mom ‘Kris Jong-Un’.
The 39-year-old said ‘his words sometimes do not align with his intentions’ after accusing her cheated with Meek Mill..
In Instagram story, the reality star described Kanye as ‘brilliant but complicated’ on reference to rants calling her Kris Jenner as ‘Kris Jong-Un’ while accusing the pair of ‘white supremacy’.
Kim says htheir family understand what is going on but they are powerless regarding to current situation, ‘Those that understand mental illness or even compulsive behavior know that the family is powerless unless the member is a minor.’
She added, ‘I understand Kanye is subject to criticism because he is a public figure and his actions at times can cause strong opinions and emotions. He is a brilliant but complicated person who on top of the pressures of being an artist and a black man, who experienced the painful loss of his mother, and has to deal with the pressure and isolation that is heightened by his bi-polar disorder.
She continued, ‘Those who are close with Kanye know his heart and understand his words sometimes do not align with his intentions.’
Kanye deleted his late-night tweets barely half an hour after posting them, except for a final post in which he signed them off as coming from ‘the future president’.
Kim wrote Wednesday: ‘As many of you know, Kanye has bi-polar disorder. Anyone who has this or has a loved one in their life who does, knows how incredibly complicated and painful it is to understand.
‘I’ve never spoken publicly about how this has affected us at home because I am very protective of our children and Kanye’s right to privacy when it comes to his health. But today, I feel like I should comment on it because of the stigma and misconceptions about mental health.
‘People who are unaware or far removed from this experience can be judgmental and not understand that the individual themselves have to engage in the process of getting help no matter how hard family and friends try.
‘Living with bi-polar disorder does not diminish or invalidate his dreams and his creative ideas, no matter how big or unobtainable they may feel to some. That is part of his genius and as we have all witnessed, many of his big dreams have come true.’