The 44-year-old reportedly admitted to being unfaithful on his Saint Pablo Tour in 2016. One insider said, "he was flipping out in front of his team, confessing to sleeping with girls behind Kim's back."
"He even said he'd been f*****g groupies and went into insane detail about his sex sessions, it was very graphic, his language was unreal," the source said. "Those who know him well, they were sitting head in hands and laughing nervously, while crew members who had just joined the tour were left stunned."
The source explained that it seemed like the "All Of The Lights" hitmaker was having an episode and was manic. "He was later babbling nonsense and people were trying to calm him down and get him under control," the source said.
The insider said it was "heartbreaking" to watch West because he seemed to be in a bad place and needed help.
The source said that given the "way Kanye was blurting it all out" it didn't seem like his alleged infidelity was something he could keep hidden from Kardashian for long. "She clearly put up with a lot in their marriage and still stood by him until it was finally too much for her," the source noted.
"Kanye seemed like he'd turned a corner when he started focusing on religion more and didn't want to get involved in the groupie scene," the source added. "It's probably going to be hard for Kim now he's confessed publicly in his music, and his kids will one day understand what those lyrics mean."
An insider told Page Six that "Hurricane" "is in a way his testimony of everything he did wrong and taking accountability for their marriage breakdown."
"Here I go actin’ too rich / Here I go with a new chick / And I know what the truth is / Still playin’ after two kids / It’s a lot to digest when your life always movin," West rapped in the new song.
Insiders told Page Six that the artist's alleged infidelity wasn't the final straw in the rapper and the Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum's marriage as they had two more children together.