Kanye West is keen to have more children.
The 38-year-old rapper is father to two-year-old daughter North and four-month-old son Saint with wife Kim Kardashian. Kim suffered from the serious condition placenta accreta during both of her pregnancies and was apparently warned by doctors following Saint's birth that conceiving again would be very dangerous.
However, despite Kim's health issues, Kanye is keen to add to their family in one way or another, Kim revealed during the final episode of her sister's show Kocktails With Khloe on Wednesday night (20Apr16).
"I said no way... Kanye has been mentioning it every single day lately for the past 10 days," Kim laughed.
When Kim said she wasn't planning to get pregnant again, Khloe suggested that the couple could use a surrogate if they did decide to further extend their brood.
In a bid to create a dream home for their children to grow up in, Kim and Kanye moved in with her mother Kris Jenner while construction work was carried out on their house.
But the prospect of living with his mother-in-law was a tough one for Kanye, who grew up as an only child.
"It went from being by myself to being with Kim to her being pregnant and us living with her mom, and I was like, 'God I know you have a plan. This is for a reason,' " Kanye smiled.
As well as his famous family and hugely successful music career, Kanye is known for his controversial Twitter rants. He has taken on a wide range of topics for the social media blasts, but perhaps one of the most famous was when he tweeted to Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose "I own your child!", referring to their son Sebastian.
“People still bring up the ‘I own your child’ one,” he said. "I was joking, it was like a really funny joke to me."
Kanye added that his boldness on social media comes from a lack of "slave mentality", explaining: "So many people, you know, what holds them back is they don't see themselves in a higher position.
"It's like if someone could see ghosts or something and no one believed them. It's like I feel I can see the future."