EXCLUSIVE: Kardashian Family Film Scenes About Kanye West's Hospitalization for 'Keeping Up With the Kardashia

It is unclear whether the footage will make it past edits.

Looks like Kanye West's hospitalization isn't completely off limits for Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

A few members of the Kardashian family have filmed scenes discussing the 39-year-old rapper's recent hospitalization for the next season for KUWTK, a source connected to the show tells ET. However, the source says that Kanye himself has not filmed since he was admitted to UCLA Medical Center on Nov. 21, and that KUWTK production cameras were never inside the hospital filming.

"He's never been a fan of having the cameras around him," the source said of Kanye, noting that the show's producers will be cautious about how they address Kanye's hospitalization on the upcoming season.

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The source notes it's unclear whether or not the footage will make it past edits. Kanye's wife, Kim Kardashian West, is executive producer of the hit E! show, so presumably, she'll also be able to control final edits and what makes it on air.

Kanye was released from the hospital last week after spending nine days at UCLA Medical Center. One source told ET the "Fade" rapper suffered from "sleep deprivation and exhaustion," and another source called the incident "a mental breakdown."

Meanwhile, a source close to the couple told ET on Wednesday that despite Kim and Kanye's rough year, there's no truth to reports that the two are headed towards a divorce. In fact, the source said the pair is "more in love than ever."

"Kim and Kanye are 100 percent together," the source said. "Not only is the rumor that they are splitting not true, but so is the report of them living apart."

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As for how Kanye's doing following his release, the source said that he's "receiving outpatient care every day," and "a doctor comes to the home to check on him."

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-- Additional reporting by Brendon Geoffrion