Famous rapper Kanye West is in the middle of a serious bipolar episode, Kanye sources told TMZ. 

According to them, West usually suffers serious bipolar disorder episodes at least once a year.

Moreover, his family members are concerned that it affected his decision-making, including the stuff he shared to the public recently. 

TMZ’s sources also shared that West’s family believes that he will eventually stabilize. 

However, they are worried about the problems his pronouncements are causing. 

KANYE WEST'S FAMILY CONCERNED ABOUT HIS MENTAL HEALTH

An Unexpected Announcement 

During the weekend, West took to Twitter and posted his plans on running for the 2020 presidential elections

Back then, people were unsure of whether West was serious or not about his announcement. 

The statement was supported by his friend, tech mogul Elon Musk and his wife, Kim Kardashian-West.

Interview With Forbes And Denouncing Trump

A few days ago, Forbes published an interview with West.

West, a known supporter of US President Donald Trump announced in the interview that he no longer supports him. 

“I am taking the red hat off,” West said. 

The situation “looks like one big mess” to him, he said.

In the interview, the acclaimed rapper also explained his plans for his presidency bid. 

According to him, he will be running with, Michelle Tidball, an unknown clergywoman from Wyoming.

He also revealed the name of his political party, Birthday Party. 

On the reason why, West answered, “because when we win, it’s everybody’s birthday.” 

During the interview, the singer also revealed that he contracted the coronavirus in February. 

“I remember someone had told me Drake had the coronavirus,” he said. “My response was, Drake, can’t be sicker than me!” 

However, the rapper turned businessman does not believe in vaccines, saying that they are, “the mark of the beast.”

Criticism Due To A Loan

In the middle of his pronouncements, West also drew criticism for applying in the Paycheck Protection Program. 

He got a loan of $2 million through it, as announced by the Small Business Administration this week. 

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