Kanye is absolutely terrified that Bruce is continuing to go under the knife for surgeries associated to his transition and we totally understand why! Kanye’s mom, Donda West, died in 2007 after her own surgery and Kanye is worried that the same could happen to Bruce!
Kanye West is a nervous wreck! The rapper is really worried about Bruce Jenner continuing to have surgeries to transition from male to female because his mom, Donda West died after having her own plastic surgery procedure eight years ago. An insider close to Kanye tells HollywoodLife.com that Kanye “hates surgery” and he doesn’t want his daughter, North West, to grow up without a grandpa!
Kanye West: Why He Fears For Bruce Jenner During Surgeries
Our source tells us that the entire family is really concerned over the numerous surgeries but that Kanye is taking it the hardest.
“Kanye hates surgery especially after how his Mom passed. He is worried one of the surgeries will end Bruce’s life,” the insider tells us.
Kanye’s mom died at the age of 58, on Nov. 10, 2007 after she underwent complications from her surgery. She was allegedly getting a breast reduction and the following day she collapsed in her home and died at Centinela Freeman Hospital in California.
“Everyone is scared to see what the finished product will be, what he will say about individual members of the family and how he will look when he completes his transition,” the source adds. “They won’t admit it publicly but they are all embarrassed. His family would have loved for this to never have happened. Kendall, Kylie and Kanye are taking it the hardest.”
Kendall Jenner Shows Support Of Bruce After Transition Interview Announced
Just a few hours after it was confirmed that Bruce is sitting down with ABC’s Diane Sawyer on April 24, Kendall Jenner stopped by her dad’s Olympic billboard in LA.
This was a really big deal because she was trying to show the world just how much she supports her dad during this very emotional time.
HollywoodLifers, are you going to watch Bruce’s ABC interview?
— Reporting by Russ Weakland, Written by Chloe Melas