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Saturday, 16 June 2018

- Kanye West And Kim Could Be Planning To End Marriage

- Kanye West And Kim Could Be Planning To End Marriage

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West can afford to reside blissfully in the lap of luxury, yet their living situation is sort of a disaster. From blowing tons of cash on homes they never live in, to constantly being surrounded by her family, photographers, and fans, here are some reasons why the power couple's living arrangements are truly bizarre.


Kardashian and West purchased a 10,000 square foot Bel-Air mansion in a private gated community in 2013 for a whopping $11 million. However, TMZ reported that wasn't good enough for the couple, who immediately "gutted" the property to build a 14,000 square foot dream home in its place. Three years later, renovations were finally completed, but by then, the pair had apparently lost interest. Kimye reportedly moved in briefly in 2016, but the home was already on the market for $20 million.

E! News reported that Kardashian and West have grand plans for a Hidden Hills mansion in the same neighborhood as her mom, Kris Jenner. They purchased the property in 2014, but at the time of this writing, the renovations still weren't done. When finished, the home will reportedly boast a two-story playroom, a full salon and massage parlor, a recording studio, spa, full-size movie theater, and basketball court…unless, of course, Mr. and Mrs.

TMZ reported that Kardashian isn't happy she and West have sunk so much cash into homes they haven't even lived in yet. Sources claimed Kardashian complained that she and West spent $8 million to renovate their still unfinished Hidden Hills mansion with her money bankrolling all the home improvements. Insiders claim the outrageous expenses are West's fault. "Kanye couldn't make his mind up," the tab reported. "He would order a change and when it was completed he'd take a look and tell contractors to rip it out and do it another way."