According to X17, West had been staying at Kendall Jenner's old pad on Wilshire Blvd., almost directly across the street from UCLA Medical Center, where he had initially sought treatment.
Kanye had a nurse with him at all times during his stay at the interim digs, but snuck out around 4 a.m. Sunday to return home to Bel-Air to be reunited with his family.
Ryan Seacrest, the producer behind the eternally popular "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and a personal friend of Kanye West's, gave an update on Kanye's condition on Friday at 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball. He told “Extra's" Terri Seymour, “I've spoken to Kim. The first priority is themselves and their family — and it should be.” Watch!
He went on to praise Kim, who is doing “quite well” after Kanye's hospital release. Seacrest said, "In all of the, any of the family issues, she's always the most calm, the most poised. She really really is a strong woman, how she can handle that.”
Fans of "KUWTK" have been on pins and needles waiting to hear if the show will go on in the wake of Kim's traumatic robbery in Paris and now Kanye's issues. Seacrest said, "There was the incident in Paris and Kanye has gone off the road. We did stop production for a little bit after the Paris incident, but since we have started production again, we are shooting season thirteen and it will be on next year so everything is moving forward.”
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