Power celebrity couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are no strangers to controversy. After all, one of West's most famous moments of all time is the grabbing of the microphone by Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards, which brings him harsh words from critics and fans. Today, he makes headlines for selling $ 50 church socks, with even more people talking about his merging of religion and money.
Kardashian is also accustomed to facing intense criticism of everything from the filters she uses in her Instagram posts to harassment against Jordyn Woods on behalf of her sister. It's safe to say that this couple, who is used to taking other people's opinions in stride, but does the dynamics change when it comes to loved ones?
No, that doesn't mean their families. New complaints about the couple have the people who are physically closest to them.
What did Kardashian and the West do to upset their neighbors and how serious is the problem?
Kardashian and West have luxury home in Hidden Hills
The West and Kardashian settle into a $ 20 million luxury home before being owned by Lisa Marie Presley in Hidden Hills, CA. is up to Calabasas. Several other members of the Kardashian family live in the area.
The neighborhood is known for its privacy, which allows many celebrities to stay out of the public eye. The couple spent a lot of time renovating the home before finally moving in sometime in 2018.
Many neighbors were disappointed with what was called "endless rebuilding."
The neighborhood has definitely changed. from the presence of the West and Kardashian. The city has under 700 residents and they pride themselves on a strict homeowners association that applies many rules to maintain the aesthetic and overall feel of the neighborhood.
The Hidden Hills neighborhood, despite its many millions of homes, is known for being a little rougher in the edges than in the neighboring Calabasas neighborhood.
Los Angeles-based luxury realtor Emil Hartonian explains it this way.
“Most of Calabas consists of closed neighborhoods with tracts of houses. "Although these properties are great, you feel more like a cookie knife," says Hartonian. "When you are at home, you do not feel like a neighbor. There is much more mature landscaping – trees at 50-, 60 feet high.
It may not seem like you have a neighbor when you live in Hidden Hills, but it turns out that if you are strong enough, they will let you know they are around.
The housing project of the West is unsettling
The West is very busy building large domes in his property that seem to have come straight from the set of the Star Wars movie . Why?
They have something to do with his philanthropic endeavor to provide affordable housing. The West says it wants to use some of its considerable wealth to address housing inequality and homelessness.
He even created an architectural firm called Yeezy Home, and domes are part of his attempt to make his dream come true.
Neighbors Called Police for Violations of Regulations
Although the West's plan to fight homelessness may be ambitious, not everyone was impressed by its determination to do the job as quickly as possible. The neighborhood has strict rules on when construction can take place, and construction crews in the West hammering in on Sunday are breaking the rules.
When investigated by the authorities, it appeared that West did not have the proper permits for his works, so he was given the choice to either obtain the appropriate permit or demolish its structures.
He chose to overthrow them, so that now the future of his plans for a housing solution that leads to an egalitarian society is stalled. And his relationship with neighbors is probably also in trouble.