Kim Kardashian Updates And Rumors: Starlet Furious Over Marquette King ‘Closeness’ Rumors

By Surabhi Verma , Updated Dec 15, 2016 07:56 PM EST
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Kim Kardashian's alleged friendship with NFL star Marquette King, is the latest trend of the town and the starlet is not at all happy about it. Gamenguide.com has learned exactly how "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star feels about those rumors and her declaration that she would 'never hurt' hubby Kanye West.

"Kim [Kardashian] is not at all amused that people might believe she could be getting close with [Marquette King] and hopes the rumors go away ASAP," a source revealed. "She is upset that the story is out there for her family to read and she is bothered that anyone might think she would hurt her husband, especially during his challenging time. She would never go behind Kanye West's back and lean on another man. But Kim plans to maintain the low-profile she has kept since her robbery and has no plans to break her silence now, especially over a silly rumor like this", added the source.

It was also rumored a few days back that Kim and Kanye are heading towards a divorce. People must be finding this to be a reason behind Kim's growing closeness with the Oakland Raiders star. We all saw how Kim has been dealing with a lot of things lately, especially after Kanye's hospitalization and mental breakdown. After the "Famous" rapper's shocking hospitalization, some people thought the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star would give up on her husband and try to replace him with Marquette, in order to deal with the current circumstances. However, that's not at all the case.

It was publically revealed by Marquette that these were just aired rumors and Kim is just a good friend of the star. He tweeted out a cartoon pic of him drawing a heart while holding up a finger, captioning it "#Rumors". However, Kim has not yet given any formal statement on the same.

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