A report that singer Kanye West was cheating on his wife Kim Kardashian with an African-American woman was debunked by Gossip Cop Sunday, which called it “untrue.” Kardashian gave birth to their second child Saint West last month and has been married to the “Bound 2” rapper since 2014.
A report by MediaTakeOut said Sunday that West had been “creeping around” on his wife with model Savannah Winters and cited a rumor on the internet for the story. Gossip Cop, which debunks false stories, said, citing sources close to Kardashian and West, that the claim was “stupid” and “wrong.” The report by Gossip Cop also slammed the website for posting fake stories suggesting that the couple was to get a divorce.
A report by Life & Style magazine also said last month that the couple had a major fight just days after Saint West’s birth and that Kanye broke up with Kardashian.
A source reportedly told the magazine, "He's always discounting her ideas and ignores her," adding: "His response was to walk away. That's when Kim really flipped out. But Kanye just kept walking, turning back only to tell her, 'I'm done.' Kim's been telling friends, 'I feel like I've been dumped.'"
However, even that report was debunked by Gossip Cop, which added that a representative expressed shock and disgust over the story.
The report follows a post by Kardashian on Twitter showing the first photo of Saint West, where the newborn is holding a finger of his sister, North West. Kardashian captioned the picture, "She said, ‘He's my best friend.'"
Last month, a source told E! News that Kanye was helping out Kardashian in raising their two children and that he is “amazing” with them.
"Kim and Kanye are tired, but are enjoying every moment they can with Saint," the source said, according to E!, adding: "Kanye loves that there is a baby boy in the family now. Kanye is already thinking of melodies for baby Saint."
"Kanye is so amazing with kids. He has a very warm, gentle and protecting side to him," the source also said, adding: "He is really helping Kim out as much as he can."