The harrowing audio recording of the 911 call between Kanye West's doctor and an emergency dispatcher has been released.
As you can hear in the video above, the 911 dispatcher is extremely clear with his instructions to the doctor, commanding him not to let Kanye West get his hands on anything that might cause himself or others any physical harm.
Speaking about West, the dispatcher said,
Sir, if you can just keep an eye on him... Don't let him get any weapons or anything like that. If anything changes, if he does become physically combative between now and when the police and/or paramedics get there, call us back immediately at 911.
If you didn't grasp the severity of the whole Kanye West situation before this 911 call audio was released, I'm sure you do now.
According to TMZ, the 911 call was made by Kanye's personal doctor, Dr. Michael Farzam, on November 21. Kanye was reportedly at his trainer's house in Los Angeles when the call was made.
This latest piece of information in the Kanye West drama only increases the concern and mystery surrounding the 39-year-old entertainer.
Wednesday night, news broke Kanye West had been released after being hospitalized for a week at UCLA Medical Center due to extreme "exhaustion."
After going off on numerous rants about Trump, Jay Z and Beyoncé at multiple concerts, and canceling the remainder of the US leg of his Saint Pablo tour, there was widespread speculation Kanye was really losing it over Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery.
Kanye West tells the crowd the show is over after performing 3 songs. #SaintPabloTour #SaintPablo so much disbelief.. pic.twitter.com/skre0y678Z — Daniel (@Danielll309) November 20, 2016
Now, though, it appears Kim Kardashian is feeling the effects of Kanye's hospitalization. Photos of Kim recently emerged, and she looked more than a little distressed.
The important thing is Kanye West is finally home from the hospital and reunited with his family. Hope to see you back at 100 soon, Kanye.