Kanye West confesses his addiction to sex

11.11.2019     /     News author: Alexandra

Kanye West confesses his addiction to sex
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The singer says that this problem began at five years of age and that he has managed to handle it thanks to God

On the occasion of the release of his new album 'Jesus is King', the American artist Kanye West (42 years old) has revealed in an interview with Apple Music some of the most difficult problems in his life, which have marked his professional career.

Kim Kardashian's husband has sincere about his addiction to pornography and sex, and has confessed that the problem comes from afar: "Playboy was my gateway to porn addiction. My dad left the magazine when I was 5 years old and that affected almost all the choices I've made in my life. "

Kanye has also explained that the addiction increased after the death of his mother in 2007, since he used sex as a method of escape from reality: "Some people drown in drugs, I did it in my own addiction." However, he has assured that he has managed to control this dependence "thank God. It has helped me manage things that had control over me."


Despite that, it seems that his addiction has not disappeared, since he asked his work team not to have sex while recording the disc. "That way they would be more concentrated," he said.

The artist considers that his problem is in social networks, which he has described as "modern cigarettes", and has described his suffering as a result of photos published by women in applications such as Instagram.

After comparing the networks with tobacco, he added: "I appreciate the suffering because, when we suffer, we can feel a little of what Jesus felt. I suffer and, admitting it, I am sure there are other married men who suffer in a similar way and they are happy to hear me say, 'Oh yes, I am suffering.' "

Kanye West also suffers from mental problems for two years that, on occasion, led him to enter a psychiatric center, as happened in 2016, when he was forced to cancel the tour. He was honest about his bipolar disorder just over four months ago in an interview with David Letterman, host of the Netflix program 'No need presentation'.

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