Kanye West was hospitalized and placed on 5150 psychiatric hold on Nov. 21. The news left fans worried about his well-being and scrambling for answers about what may have lead to the "Famous" rapper's alleged mental breakdown. While Kanye's camp and the Kardashian family remained tight-lipped about the situation as it unfolded, it appears the answers we've all been waiting for may soon be released. According to Entertainment Tonight, scenes related to Kanye's hospitalization are being filmed for E!'s "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." Sources close to the reality series told the publication that Kanye has not allowed the cameras to be around him, but that it will be addressed in future episodes.
Chance the Rapper, also known as Kanye's best prodigy, is kicking off a tour in Europe but managed to send a message of support to West from across the pond. The Social Experiment joined Chance at the BBC 1Xtra Live Lounge on Tuesday morning. While there, Chance performed two songs and offered words of encouragement to his mentor. "I want to extend a very special prayer to my big brother Kanye West," Chance said after an emotional performance of "All We Got"--a track that features West. "I know there's a lot of weird folks out there but you already know that I'm a hundred grand."
During Kanye West's hospital stay for mental health issues, rumors began to swirl that his marriage to Kim Kardashian was in trouble. Now, a report from E! News says the couple's marriage is fine. "Kanye is going to be fine. And he and Kim are strong," a source said. "Just because the paparazzi don't see him, they're like, 'Oh, Kanye's not with Kim anymore.'"
Kanye West was photographed for the first time since his recent hospitalization on Thursday night. WATCH: EXCLUSIVE: Kardashian Family Film Scenes About Kanye West's Hospitalization for'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' The 39-year-old rapper attended the Rick Owens "Furniture" exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles where he was photographed sporting new blonde locks and sitting on a wooden structure. The photo was taken on the private account of Giovanni Bassan, but later surfaced on several Kanye fanpage sites. His wife, Kim Kardashian, was not pictured. She too has been keeping off social media since her traumatic Paris robbery in late October.
Despite reports that the Kardashians are taking a break from their long-running show following Kanye West's hospitalization, the cameras are still rolling. A spokesperson for E! has denied the reports in the following statement to Mashable, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians is currently in production and has not been halted." According to a report from TMZ, early Tuesday morning, the show halted production for the remainder of 2016 and "possibly longer." The network, however, maintains that the family continues to shoot the 13th season of the show, but did not comment on whether or not Kim Kardashian West's current involvement with the show. The 12th season finale aired on Nov. 21 and covered events from Sept. 13, just before Kardashian West was robbed at gunpoint in Paris in October.