Kim Kardashian Reportedly Put Kanye on a 'Daddy Diet' -- & We Really Hope It's Not True

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Kim Kardashian reportedly wants her husband Kanye West to lose weight before their third child is born by surrogate, so she's putting him on a "daddy diet," according to the Sun

  • A source told the paper that Kanye is on a new eating and exercise regime by order of Kim and he's "expected to get his six pack back by Christmas."

    The source told the Sun:

    "Kanye's had a very tough year, and he loves comfort food like mac and cheese, fried chicken, cheese burgers and home fries. Since his tour was canceled and he's in the studio all the time now, working, he’s not as active.

    But Kim wants him on top form for when their third baby arrives in January -- she says with three kids to run around after, they'll both need to be fitter than ever. She doesn't want to put extra pressure on him, but she wants him to be feeling his best for the challenges of being a dad to three children."

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  • Kim has been posting about her intense workouts on Snapchat almost very single day, so we know she has been taking her own routine pretty seriously.

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    According to the Sun's source:

    "Kim is an expert on diets and lifestyle at this stage -- nothing she hasn't consulted experts on, so she knows the effect diet and working out have not just on the body but on the mind too.

    She has never looked better, and life is going pretty good for her these days -- and now it's all about the new baby and the next chapter in life. She needs Kanye full of energy.

    So Kanye's on a 'daddy diet' -- or 'lifestyle change to promote well-being' -- [that] will see him work out three times a week, increasing to five times a week within six weeks."

  • However, if this is true, forcing someone on a "daddy diet" doesn't sound like a very good idea.

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    Trying to force a partner to exercise or work out can have a hugely negative impact on their mentality, self-esteem, and level of motivation. 

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  • Both positive and negative comments on the rapper's body image circulated on social media after some paparazzi shots were released last month.

    People began using the hashtag "thicckanye" on Twitter to discuss the photos.  

  • Of course, some comments were from body-shaming trolls, but others were messages of support for Yeezy's appearance.

  • Mr. West should be able to feel good about himself no matter what size he is!

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    Because how much people weigh has NOTHING to do with how good of a parent or person they are.