Kanye West has moved into a hotel in Los Angeles because he is fed up of waiting for renovations on his $11 million Bel Air home with Kim Kardashian to be completed.
Kanye West has moved into a hotel in Los Angeles.
The 'New Slaves' hitmaker is reportedly fed up of living with his fiancée Kim Kardashians' mother, Kris Jenner, while their $11 million Bel Air mansion is being renovated and has decamped to the Beverly Hills Hotel with the 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' star and their daughter North, 10 months, to record his next album.
A source told OK! magazine: ''Kris' constant meddling took a toll on him. He was miserable and wanted his own space, but their house won't be ready until the summer, so he and Kim have been staying at the hotel with North.
''They have a large suite for their living quarters an Kanye has another room that he uses to record in.''
The couple, who are set to get married in Paris on May 24, hoped they would be able to move into their new home, which they purchased last June, as soon as they return from their honeymoon but the house is nowhere near complete.
The insider added: ''It's been one setback after another for Kim and Kanye. They are pretty much homeless at the moment.''
Kris, 58, previously insisted she and Kanye, 36, were getting on very well at her home in Calabasas, California.
She said last August: ''He is a great guy. We live together. He's my roommate. He's an amazing guy and he is so clean. He is such a great member of my family.''
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