Kim Kardashian reveals that Kanye West is 'harassing' her for more children and hopes to be a father of seven
Kim Kardashian is already a hands on mother of three and revealed that her husband Kanye West is hoping for a family of seven
Kim Kardashian already has her hands full with three children but her husband Kanye is looking to take on many more little ones. Kim revealed that Kanye is 'harassing' her to have more children (around seven) with him.
On Sunday night's episode of 'Keeping Up with The Kardashians' Kim shared what Kanye was looking for and given that she had to rely on a surrogate to have her third child due to medical reasons, she is not very keen on having any more children. She was seen speaking about Kanye's desire for more children but feels that the world is too unsafe. "He's been like harassing me, he wants like seven, he's stuck on seven," she shared.
"I could never, especially like in the world we live in," she added sharing that the US needs a much tighter gun control. She shared how she has been deeply affected by the number of school shootings that have rocked the country in the past couple of years. "It's like every day there's something so traumatizing," she said before choosing to join the March for Our Lives rally in Washington. "I have always advocated for better gun laws and gun control," Kim continued. At the march, she was joined by Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus who were there to sympathize with parents who have lost their children in mass school shootings.
After a number of emotional speeches, Kim shared that she felt very inspired. "I think there's a little bit of hope in this world if kids like this are our future," she revealed. Kim was accompanied by her 5-year-old child North to the march and also mentioned that her husband and rapper Kanye West was also present at the event. Kim also met with a few survivors of the Parkland shooting to hear about their experience.
"I one billion percent believe that we need stricter gun laws, we need background checks, you shouldn't be able to walk into a store and buy a gun," Kim revealed. "There are so many adults out there that can learn a thing or two from these kids," she added.