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Kim fears Kanye is not over Amber Rose yet

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Reality TV star Kim Kardashian thinks her husband Kanye West is still obsessed with his ex-girlfriend Amber Rose.
Unconfirmed reports also say the mother of two may also be “considering divorce” following Kanye West’s feud with Amber Rose and his recent spat with Wiz Khalifa.

The report is coming days after Kim posted a joint selfie with Rose which put an end to a seemingly trivial feud.
“She was so angry, she wouldn’t let Kanye into the house,” Radar Online, cited a source telling Life & Style magazine. “She changed all the codes and asked security not to let him through the gate.

Read also: Amber Rose ends beef with Kim Kardashian

“She was fuming with Kanye for antagonising Amber. She said she’s had enough. She believes every word of what Amber wrote. All she wanted to do was crawl under the covers and never show her face again,” the source reportedly said.

Continuing, the source said; “Kim accused Kanye of reveling in the drama of feuding with his ex and of still being obsessed with her,” the source said.

“Kim told Kanye he should be ashamed of himself for what he’s done to her and the family.”

“Kim is so enraged, she’s considering divorce,” the source said. “She said she can’t take much more. This latest saga has just proved to her how destructive Kanye is. She’s convinced that if she stays with him, he’ll take her down with him.”

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