According to Star, Kardashian announced that KUWTK will be canceled at the end of Season 20 to prevent West’s mental health struggles from being featured in the reality TV show.
However, a source also told the tabloid that the final season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians will feature Kardashian and West’s divorce.
“The whole premise is to chart the highs and lows of the family’s personal lives, and Kim would be hiding the truth from viewers if she didn’t acknowledge her private torment,” a source said.
According to the insider, the staff and crew of KUWTK have had such a difficult time watching things go down that some of them just walked off the set.
“They’ve been scratching their heads in disbelief over some of the things Kim’s endured,” the source said.
If Kardashian and West’s marriage will end in divorce, the source said that the couple needs to figure out the best custody arrangement for their kids.
“Kim will do everything she can to be fair, but if Kanye insists on living in Wyoming and wanting the kids 50 percent of the time, that could get messy,” the source said.
As of late, it is still unclear if Kardashian and West’s divorce will really be the focus of Season 20. And it is also unclear if the rapper would agree to continue appearing in KUWTK.
“The big hope is that it’ll give him a chance to rebuild his life, and a lot of people will be pleased to see him free from the Kardashians. Or, he could go off the deep end, which would be a nightmare of epic proportions given how unstable he is,” the source said.
Kardashian is, reportedly, mindful of West’s mental situation. And there is hope that West would one day come to his senses and get his act together. However, it would be up to the SKIMS founder if she would wait around for her husband.
For now, the mom of four’s mind is, allegedly, made up.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. Kardashian and West aren’t divorcing each other. And if this is something that they’ve discussed privately, it’s meant to stay private for now.