In spite of Kanye West's recent questionable behavior
, Kim Kardashian is standing 100 percent beside her husband, a source close to the Kardashian family exclusively tells ET.
"They are doing better than ever and are not having any problems at all," the source says, despite rumors swirling that the 38-year-old rapper's bizarre Twitter rants
have caused a strain in their marriage. "They are so in love and Kim could not be prouder of Kanye right now.”
The source also denies reports that Kim's mother, Kris Jenner, is concerned that Kanye is now damaging the Kardashian brand.
"Kris Jenner adores Kanye and is proud to have him part of her family," the source says. "All these reports about Kris and the family worrying about Kanye hurting their brand are 100000% false -- unequivocally false."
ET spoke with Kris last week ahead of Kanye's Yeezy Season 3 fashion show
in New York City, when she was adamant that the family supported Kanye "100 percent."
"He's so talented, and he's got such a great vision," she gushed. "He's such an amazing force of creation when he's in the studio, and he's doing -- not the music studio, which is also another whole side of him that's so amazing with his new album, and everything else going on -- but how he creates clothing."
"That whole process is fascinating to me, because he's really got just a great perspective on fashion, and I am very inspired by that," she added.
But during her appearance on Fashion Police
on Thursday, the 60-year-old momager did admit that the Kardashians wouldn't dare challenge Kanye
when it comes to his fashion sense.
"I don't think any of us would dare say we didn't like it if we went for a fitting [for his Yeezy clothes]," Kris said, though also making sure to point out that the rapper is a perfectionist when it comes to dressing the family.
"He makes sure the fit is right or that, you know, it's perfect," she explained.
Kanye's recent behavior while promoting his latest album, The Life of Pablo
, has been worrying for his fans. Aside from claiming he's $53 million in debt
on Twitter, the "No More Parties in L.A." rapper was caught in a heated venting session
in audio obtained by Page Six
ahead of his Saturday Night Live
appearance over the weekend, claiming he's "50 percent more influential than any other human being ... dead or alive."
"Stanley Kubrick, Picasso, Apostle Paul, f**king Picasso and Escobar," the rapper said, clearly agitated.
However, a source close to Kanye told ET, "He did NOT yell at SNL staff. This audio was secretly recorded while he was venting his frustration in a private moment with his team."
And most recently, Kanye has seemingly taken on a more positive mindset following all the drama. When asked about Taylor Swift while walking through Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday, the rapper said he had "no" words, and "all positive vibes"
for the singer, despite their recent tiff over his "Famous" lyrics.
And in addition to acknowledging that his ego is his "number one enemy"
on Twitter on Wednesday, he continued to show his softer side
on Thursday, tweeting an adorable black and white photo of his 2-year-old daughter, North West.
"My heart," he captioned the sweet pic.