Kanye West wants no-fly zone over home

Kanye West wants no-fly zone over home

Kanye West wants a no-flying zone over his California home.

The 'All Day' rapper who lives in the Hidden Hills area – with pregnant wife Kim Kardashian West and two-year-old daughter North West - has been trying to get as many people as possible to sign a petition to ensure his family have complete privacy.

He even knocked on the doors of neighbours 'Take Care' singer Drake and 'Can't Fight the Moonlight' hitmaker LeAnn Rimes, who are believed to be on board.

A source told In Touch Weekly magazine: "Kanye has turned up on the doorsteps of Drake, LeAnn Rimes, and David Boreanaz, asking for support. Everyone thinks it's a great plan, so he's getting a petition ready. He's determined to make this happen. Kanye is all about protecting North and Kim."

It's not the first time the 38-year-old star has gone to extreme measures to protect his family.

Last year Kanye splashed out on a $3m house hospital to protect his wife and daughter from medical threats.

A source previously shared: "The special suite will include an X-ray machine, CT scanner, ultrasound and blood-taking facilities. Other celebrities such as Madonna have taken similar measures in the past, but not on such a grand and costly scale."

The source told the Daily Star newspaper: "The facilities will enable the family to monitor their sugar levels, cholesterol and blood pressure. They will also have a team of private doctors around the clock, daily visits from top nurses and a full pediatric team for North."

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