The 'New Slaves' rapper's fiancee was swamped by paparazzi in Beverly Hills this morning but things turned nasty when an 18-year-old man - who initially appeared to be helping her - reportedly started screaming abuse.
The unknown man is said to have first talked about the photographers, saying: ''F**k these fa***t-ass n*****s,'' as he helped Kim into a building.
When she told him it was inappropriate to use the N-word, he turned on her and, according to TMZ.com, shouted: ''F**k you bitch. Just trying to help you. Shut up n****r lover, stupid sl*t.''
Kim then watched the man walk into a chiropractor's office, before calling Kanye. When the man realised who she was on the phone to, he reportedly shouted: ''F**k you n****r''.
Kanye appeared a short time later and went into the chiropractor's waiting room, where the alleged altercation took place. Witnesses claim Kanye punched the 18-year-old while Kim told him: ''We have it all on tape.''
A massage therapist at the practice then broke up the two men and the police were called. The man said he wanted to press charges against Kanye.
A police spokesperson has confirmed the 'Stronger' star is now a suspect in a battery investigation and wanted for interview. The incident may also be referred to the Los Angeles County District Attorney for prosecution.
Kanye is already in trouble for allegedly assaulting a photographer at a Los Angeles airport in July last year. He has pleaded not guilty to charges of criminal battery and attempted grand theft, but the case is yet to be resolved.
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