Kourtney Kardashian is apparently no longer interested in Keeping Up with the Kadashians.
The television star, who gained fame through a series of reality shows that put nearly every part of her life up for public consumption, has reportedly grown tired of the constant attention and wants to have a quieter life for her family.
The tension reportedly came to a head during a recent taping for Keeping Up with the Kardashians, when Kourtney snapped at the pressure of constant taping.
The incident was detailed in the November 10 edition of OK! Magazine.
“Kourtney was on set with her children [we’re assuming by “on set” they mean in her living-room] and the crew kept insisting on reshoots. The kids were fussing and Kourtney was completely stressed. She must have reached her boiling point because she shouted ‘That’s it – I quit,’ and then stormed off. With baby number three on the way – Kourt just wants to be with her family, away from the cameras. Scott requires a lot of attention and when she’s busy he gets wild.”
Scott’s wild ways have reportedly been causing a lot of tension with the couple. After he was hospitalized for alcohol poisoning earlier this summer, Kourtney reportedly put her foot down, demanding that he give up his partying ways.
But Scott Disick has continued to create problems, with sources saying that he earned the ire of Kanye West. A source told Hollywood Life that Kanye once even forbid Scott from being around his daughter North.
“Kanye already told Kim [Kardashian] not to have Scott around North because there’s no telling whether he’s going to be partying or what might come out of his mouth. Kanye has told everyone in the family that too, even Kris [Jenner], because he’ll be damned if Nori is going to see a grown man, especially one in her family, acting a fool. He doesn’t want Nori around Scott — not at all.”
Kourtney Kardashain may have other reasons for leaving Keeping Up with the Kardashians. She is very pregnant with child No. 3, and could be craving some time away from the constant attention of television cameras.
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