Kanye would do anything to protect his beloved fiance, Kim Kardashian — and that includes allegedly punching a teenager in the face. Kanye’s alleged Jan. 13 attack on the teen may seem out of line but he swears it was strictly an act of ‘self defense,’ a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Don’t mess with Kanye West — or his family. The Yeezus artist could be facing legal action after he allegedly attacked an 18-year-old man who hurled a series of racial slurs at Kim Kardashian inside a Beverly Hills, Calif. medical building. But Kanye is telling friends that he was 100 percent right for coming to “his girl’s” defense, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Kanye West Allegedly Attacks Teen — Rapper Says He Was Defending Kim Kardashian
The 36-year-old “New Slaves” rapper is livid after his afternoon was interrupted by a teenager who went on a scary, racially-charged rant directed at Kim while she was on her way to an appointment with a chiropractor.
“He’s hot right now, he’s hot as f**k,” a source close to the artist EXCLUSIVELY reveals to HollywoodLife.com.
Kanye texted our source shortly after the incident, saying, “Yeah, it’s another day defending my girl.”
It sounds like Kanye meant well, but we hate to see him fighting for ANY reason! We hope he doesn’t get in too much trouble for this alleged attack.
Kim Kardashian Endures A Slew Of Racial Slurs
Kim was swarmed by the paparazzi when she tried to walk into a Beverly Hills medical facility for an appointment, and the 18-year-old teen claimed he was just trying to help her by yelling at the photogs and using the N word!
Kim, who’s CLEARLY in a relationship with a black man, politely asked the man to stop using that word out of respect for her and her family but that only made things worse. The man shockingly started yelling at Kim, saying, “F**k you b***h. Just trying to help you. Shut up n****r lover, stupid sl*t.”
So HollywoodLifers, do you think Kanye is noble for coming to Kim’s defense or do you think he needs put his fists away? Let us know.
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