- (PHOTO:Twitter/Kim Kardashian)
Wendy Williams recently made a startling prediction about Kim Kardashian's relationship with Kanye West amid ongoing reports claiming a split is imminent.
The outspoken talk show host recently appeared on Bravo TV's "Watch What Happens Live" show in which she spoke candidly about the reality TV star. Williams, 48, told host Andy Cohen that she believes Kardashian will be a single mother.
"She and Kanye will not make it and what kind of mom will she be? A single mom," Williams said.
"(They will split) 30 seconds after the baby is born. I believe right now there is probably a plan in motion and Kris (Jenner) is probably helping Kim and Kim is probably asking for the help," she continued.
Kardashian, 31, is currently seven months along in her pregnancy and the reality TV star has been faced with reports of a split due to West's ongoing absence. The Grammy award-winning rapper, 35, has been living in Paris since February, which Williams alluded to being in-part due to him allegedly being tired of the famous family.
"I think Kanye's about sick of all of it and he might think he has invested too much into this family," Williams speculated.
Williams' prediction comes one week after it was claimed Kardashian and West have been clashing over their baby's future. The "Runaway" rapper allegedly wants the child raised in France, which has strict privacy laws, but Kardashian is intent on keeping the child in the U.S.
"Kanye is absolutely insistent that the baby will be raised in France, but Kim's refusing to let that happen. It's so important for her to be near her family and have the baby grow up around its aunts, uncles and cousins. There's no way she'll stop fighting Kanye on this," a source told Life & Style magazine.
A source claims the couple, who has been dating for one year, had prior arrangements to live in Paris temporarily, but West now allegedly wants to live there permanently.
"Kanye wants the baby born in Paris [but] he would love the baby to have dual citizenship," a source said regarding the possibility of citizenship in both the U.S. and France.
"They were supposed to spend just three months in Paris. Now he wants to move them permanently to Paris," the source added.