Fans of Kanye West know that he is receiving treatment for exhaustion in Los Angeles. Fans also know that the short-tempered rapper is a loving father to his two children – daughter North and son Saint. And now, according to a report, the singer and song writer is desperate to see his babies following his hospitalisation.

The 39-year-old Pablo singer was reportedly 'yelling' at his security staff to bring his children to him. "Ye's begging to know where his children were and when he could see them. His security team rushed over to him last night at the hospital and he wasn't calm. He was yelling at them, telling them to bring him his damn children. His team calmed him down and got him to chill for a bit and are anxiously awaiting Kim Kardashian's arrival so that she can talk to him," Hollywood Life quoted an inside source.

Without naming the singer, the Los Angeles police department confirmed that it responded to an emergency call on Monday 21 November. "At 13:20 Pacific Time, the Los Angeles Fire Department responded to an unspecified medical aid request. An adult male described as medically stable was taken to an area hospital for further assessment," the police spokesperson said in a statement.

Following the incident, Kim Kardashian rushed back to her rapper/fashion designer husband to be by his side. She cancelled her first red carpet appearance at the Angel Ball in New York Central in order to support Kanye.

"Kim is very focused on him. She doesn't seem frightened. She went straight into handling mode and is being very strong. She's been by his side day and night," a source told Page Six. It also added that the singer is doing fine. "He's going to be fine. He's doing well. He's resting. He's getting along with everyone, all of his caregivers."

Yeezy's alleged exhaustion forced him to cancel his remaining Saint Pablo tour dates soon after going on a public rant against former friends Jay Z and Beyonce.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
Kim Kardashian has returned to LA after her husband Kanye West was rushed to hospital to receive treatment for exhaustion REUTERS/Andrew Kelly