Kim Kardashian 'freaked out' at Kanye

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'After a concert, he can't hear that well, so I'm going, "Hello, hello!" like exactly what I did [during the robbery], and he's not responding to me because he can't hear me'. She does not hesitate to insult her husband violently, Kanye West, when he makes a big blunder. Kendall also fired the security guard who was on duty the night watches were stolen from her home last week. From now on, Kanye has to announce himself when he enters his home, which probably won't be an issue for the outspoken artists. He always comes up the back stairs, like I always know he comes out the stairs that go into my room.

Kardashian West says the men picked her up and put her in a bathtub before making off with jewelry.

Kim Kardashian, photographed at the Family Equality Council's Impact Awards in Beverly Hills, California, on March 11, 2017, will open up about life after the Paris robbery on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians".

It seems the pair have patched things up now, though, after Kim told Kanye: 'We've got to come up with a plan. So, I'm going, 'Hello? I'm like, 'Hello?! Hello?!' and he's not answering me.

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Recalling the terrifying ordeal she said: "He duct tapes my face and my mouth to get me to not yell or anything and then he grabs my legs and I had no clothes on under". "They're going to rape me and I fully mentally prepped myself", she remembered thinking, adding that she feared she'd be killed.

The reality star previously confided in her sisters Kourtney and Khloe as she recounted how everything unfolded in Paris, including how the thieves got into her room in the first place. But for some reason, Kim Kardashian still had the countdown clock on her snaps back in October 2016, when she allegedly recorded them.

"The guy came in, grabbed me and threw me on the bed".

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