This morning, Kanye West became the third most-nominated artist in Grammy history.
Sadly, we doubt the iconic recording artist is doing much celebrating.
Late last month, West was hospitalized following an emotional breakdown that resulted in a 911 call.
The rapper spent more than a week undergoing inpatient care at the UCLA Medical Center, and the nature and severity of his condition are still matters of widespread speculation.
Throughout his ordeal, rumors that West and Kim Kardashian are headed for divorce have been circulating on social media non-stop.
Insiders have claimed that the couple was headed for a separation prior to Kanye's hospitalization, and that the pressure from his crumbling marriage drove West to the brink.
The marital tension was reportedly the result of Kim being robbed at gunpoint back in October, as she reportedly felt that the rapper was insufficiently supportive following the traumatic incident.
Some went so far as to claim that Kim was on the verge of filing for divorce.
Now, however, accounts concur that Kim is not planning to carry through with her plan to kick Kanye to the curb.
There's disagreement, however, as to why Kim decided to give her marriage a second chance.
“As much as Kim and Kanye fight, she knows she is in no condition to be a single mother right now," a source close to the situation tells Radar Online.
We're not sure why that would be the case, as even without Kanye, Kim has a support network of wealthy family members and childcare professionals that most moms can only dream of.
The more likely explanation is that Kim feels partially responsible for Kanye's dire emotional state, and she feels obligated to stick by his side:
“Kim thinks that her incident in Paris drove Kanye to the edge and cannot help but feel partially responsible for his breakdown,” a different source tells Radar.
The insider claims that Kanye doted on Kim in the weeks after her robbery, and she now feels obligated to return the favor:
“For the month following Kim’s robbery, Kanye was not sleeping or eating well because he was doing everything that he could to make sure she got better." says the source.
“He was watching her 24/7. But as she slowly got better he just got worse.”
A relationship based entirely on guily and co-dependency?
What could go wrong?