KANYE West is reportedly "not doing well" and feeling "anxious and sad."
The rapper is apparently struggling amid his wife, Kim Kardashian, "planning for divorce" after his infamous meltdowns.
A source close to Kanye told People: "Kanye is not doing well. He is anxious and very sad.
"He knows that the marriage is over, and there's nothing that can be done right now.
"He also knows what he is losing in Kim."
Insiders previously told the magazine of Kim's divorce plans: "They are just not on the same page when it comes to their future as a family. And Kim is okay with it."
The couple's marriage hit plenty of obstacles last year, including Kanye's presidential run and his rally in South Carolina, where he claimed he and Kim considered aborting their daughter North.
Sources added of Kim's supporting Kanye: "She has defended him privately to her family.
"She has stood beside him at a time where a few wives would have done that."
They added although divorce papers have not yet been filed, "there is very little hope of reconciliation.
"It would have to be a miracle. But Kanye does believe in miracles."
Kim and Kanye share four children, daughters North, seven, and Chicago, three, and sons Saint, five, and Psalm, who turns two in May.
Another source close to the rapper also revealed to Hollywood Life: “He’s struggling knowing that divorce is looming and looming.
"He knows it’s inevitable and now, it’s just a matter of when it’s all happening,”
“He hasn’t really fought for her and hasn’t been around the kids or the Kardashian family.
"It’s not an ideal situation for anyone and it’s just sad for the entire family," they shared.
“He’s completely icing people out that he would usually turn to for support and not talking to his closest friends.
The source also explained that the Jesus Is King singer has been hard to get a hold of and has been hiding out secretly on his Wyoming ranch and other remote spots.
Yesterday Kanye was spotted wearing his wedding band in pictures exclusively obtained by The Sun.
Kim and Kanye married in Italy in 2014.
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