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Kanye West Itching To Get Back To Work: He Wants To ‘Record’ From His Hospital Bed

Wed, November 30, 2016 9:43am EDT by 6 Comments

Despite reportedly being hospitalized due to severe exhaustion and sleep deprivation, notorious workaholic Kanye West is allegedly ready to jump back into the recording studio! Kanye, according to a new report, doesn’t even want to wait until he’s out of the hospital to start making music!

Kanye West, 39, is thoroughly tired of being stuck in the hospital, and wants to get back to his normal life! The rapper was admitted to UCLA Medical Center on November 21 after allegedly acting “erratically,” and suffering from severe sleep deprivation. Kanye’s the hardest worker in the music biz, and he allegedly wants to get back to work as soon as possible, even if that means bringing the work to the hospital!

“Kanye keeps wanting to work. At the hospital, he requested that recording equipment be brought to the hospital so he can record in his bed,” a source told Us Weekly. “And he has kept asking to see sketches of his fashion lines. He continues to want to work and Kim has to keep telling him to rest.”

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It seems unlikely that Kim will make any of this happen. Kanye was allegedly supposed to be released from the hospital on November 28, according to TMZ, but it was reportedly decided that he was “too unstable” to go home. This is because, according to sources who spoke to the outlet, Kanye is allegedly suffering from bouts of “extreme paranoia.” Poor Kanye!

Kanye had allegedly been dealing with this reported paranoia and deep depression for months. He’s become convinced that people are out to get him and his family, and has armed guards outside his hospital room to protect him, a source told EXCLUSIVELY. This could explain his bizarre rant at his Sacramento concert, in which he claimed that Jay Z allegedly has “killers after [his] head.”

HollywoodLifers, do you think Kanye should get back to work right away? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.