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Kim Kardashian Reportedly Bans KUWTK From Covering Kanye West’s Mental Health Crisis

If you thought the Kardashians would exploit the latest Kanye West public meltdown drama for their hit reality show, you might not have been Keeping Up as closely as you thought.

The next season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians just began filming in person after a longer than usual hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Hey, if you’re going to throw parties with no social distancing safety measures, why not let a camera crew back in your house, right?) And while it might seem a no-brainer the E! flagship show would focus on their biggest, most dramatic news in months for the big return season, production sources told TMZ that is not the case at all — they’re COMPLETELY IGNORING IT! Related: Blac Chyna Supports Kanye’s Tweets About Kris

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