Kanye West Bans Kim From More Cosmetic Procedures/Reuters
Kanye West Bans Kim From More Cosmetic Procedures/Reuters

American reality star Kim Kardashian's beau, rapper Kanye West has reportedly banned Kardashian from major cosmetic procedures. According to a Radar Online report, this issue came up when Kardashian planned to have a tummy tuck right after the birth of their daughter North West in June.

"Kim was certain that she wanted to have surgery after giving birth because she wanted a head start on losing her baby weight. But when West got wind of her plans, he really flipped out," sources stated.

West lost his mother Donda West due to complications from a cosmetic procedure. She died in 2007 aged 58 following complications from liposuction and breast-reduction surgery.

"Kanye told Kim in no uncertain terms that she needed to put her baby and her life first. He got pretty emotional because he really didn't want her going through that kind of major surgery. He's still traumatised from his mum's death," the source added.

He apparently told Kardashian that the surgery ban is a condition of being with him.

"Kanye was devastated by her passing and it's made him extremely protective of those he loves. He really put his foot down," the source added.

"He's fine with her getting Botox and fillers, but anything that requires getting knocked out, like lipo, is a huge no no in his book. They'll find a compromise. Kanye tries to let Kim do as she pleases, but this issue is really important to him, and she understands," the source stated.

West has also stated that he will never marry Kardashian. "Kanye is telling friends that he'll never marry Kim. He has no need or desire to make their relationship official in the eyes of the law," a source close to West stated. He has apparently also informed her of the same.

"Kanye prefers the idea of them as 'partners'. He sees marriage as outdated and he's all about embracing the modern and the new. He doesn't feel like he has to marry Kim just because they have a [daughter, Nori] together," the source added.