Kanye West spotted shopping for kids clothes at Wyoming Walmart

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Kanye West, wearing a blue hoodie and with newly-dyed red hair, is spotted shopping at the Walmart in Cody, Wyoming. Picture: Backgrid.Source:BackGrid
Kanye West, wearing a blue hoodie and with newly-dyed red hair, is spotted shopping at the Walmart in Cody, Wyoming. Picture: Backgrid.Source:BackGrid
Kanye West has been spotted shopping in Wyoming after a turbulent week, and as fans eagerly await his new album promised Friday.

Kanye West and his entourage hit up a Wyoming Walmart to shop for kids’ clothes, as rumours of a divorce from Kim Kardashian and fears over his mental health continued to swirl.

Sporting newly dyed red hair, the rapper-turned-presidential-candidate visited the big-box store outside Cody, Wyoming, on Wednesday, according to The Sun .

It comes as fans eagerly await his new album DONDA: WITH CHILD, which was promised for release Friday.

RELATED: Kanye’s much-hyped new album a no-show

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Kanye West, wearing a blue hoodie and with newly-dyed red hair, has been pictured out and about in Wyoming. Picture: Backgrid.
Kanye West, wearing a blue hoodie and with
newly-dyed red hair, has been pictured out and about in Wyoming.
Picture: Backgrid.Source:BackGrid
 

Close friend Damon Dash helped Yeezy, 43, add a face mask to his outfit of a blue hoodie and ripped jeans before heading inside the store with his entourage, which included two security guards, the report said.

The group spent about a half-hour shopping, then checked out and hit the road.

The outing came amid a turbulent few days for West, whose apparently troubled mental state has been on full display as he fired off a series of tweets, including one that claimed Kardashian and her mother, Kris Jenner, tried to get him “locked up.”

 

Kanye was joined by Damon Dash on the outing. Picture: Backgrid.
Kanye was joined by Damon Dash on the outing. Picture: Backgrid.Source:BackGrid


In a since-deleted tweetstorm Wednesday, West wrote that he’s “been trying to get divorced since Kim met with Meek at the Warldolf (sic) for ‘prison reform.’”

That message was an apparent reference to a criminal-justice reform huddle attended by Kardashian and rapper Meek Mill in November 2018. “Meek is my man and was respectful,” West added. “That’s my dog Kim was out of line.”

Kardashian, 39, has stood by her husband and called for public compassion as he dealt with what she described as a bipolar episode.

 

Kanye wore a face mask as he shopped for kids clothes as the Walmart. Picture: Backgrid.
Kanye wore a face mask as he shopped for kids clothes as the Walmart. Picture: Backgrid.Source:BackGrid

“He is a brilliant but complicated person who on top of the pressures of being an artist and a black man, who experienced the painful loss of his mother and has to deal with the pressure and isolation that is heightened by his bipolar disorder,” she wrote in an emotional Instagram post on Wednesday, which was signed Kim Kardashian West.

A source close to Kardashian has insisted that a split is not in the works.


Dash, who has been holed up with West at his Wyoming ranch, has told The Post that the rapper is not “crazy” — and that he doesn’t “give a f – k” if the Kardashians disagree.

Meanwhile, Kim’s elder sister, Kourtney, treated her niece and nephew to a brief getaway from the turmoil.

In a Wednesday Instagram post, Kourtney showed off her trip to the Balboa Island area of Newport Beach, California, with niece North, 7, and nephew Saint, 4, Kim and Kanye’s eldest two of four kids.

Accompanied by Kourtney’s own kids, the group hit up a lolly shop and frozen banana stand.

“Haven’t been back since I was a little girl, and it hasn’t changed,” Kourtney captioned the post, along with a smiley-face emoji.

This article originally appeared on the New York Post and was reproduced here with permission.

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