Witness: Kanye West Hit Teen More Than 30 Times

The rapper allegedly pummeled a teen who called his fiancee a “n--ger lover.”

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Kanye West and Kim Kardashian 

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On Monday, TMZ reported that Kim Kardashian and her fiance, Kanye West, were involved in an altercation with a teenager at a medical office in Beverly Hills, Calif. Now new details have emerged, claiming that West came to Kardashian's defense meaning business. According to TMZ, the rapper walked into the medical-office waiting room, saw the 18-year-old who had moments before called Kardashian a "n--ger lover" and a "stupid bitch" and began pummeling the teen like a boxer.

According to the news site, the melee occurred after the teen held a door to help the reality-TV star into the building. He then began screaming, "F--k these f--got-ass n--gers," referring to the paparazzi who had followed her to the appointment. TMZ reports that Kardashian then told the teen that it wasn't appropriate to use the n-word. He then allegedly replied, "F--k you, bitch. Just trying to help you. Shut up, n--ger lover, stupid slut," TMZ reports.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashian star called West on her cellphone, and when the teen realized she was on the phone with the rapper, he began yelling, "F--k you, n--ger," TMZ reports.

An eyewitness tells the news station that the teen was sitting in a chair when West entered and went straight at him. Allegedly, without saying a word West began punching him in the face. The teen was covering his face but West didn't stop. Kardashian just stood there and silently watched the beating, according to the witness. A receptionist yelled, "stop, stop" to no avail, as West allegedly kept punching the teen who was then curled into a ball to block the blows, TMZ reports.

A massage therapist rushed into the room and pushed West off the teen and ordered the couple out the office.

Both parties have threatened lawsuits.

Read more at TMZ.

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