In late 2016, Kanye West began to display some erratic behavior during the final few stops of his Saint Pablo tour, ranting incoherently and cutting several shows short. Soon after canceling the rest of the tour, West was hospitalized for "exhaustion."
Shortly after making his relationship with Kylie Jenner public in 2015, Tyga's fourth studio release "The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty" debuted with a thud, moving fewer than 5,000 copies in its first week.
NBA star Lamar Odom married Khloé Kardashian in 2009 after just a month of dating, but the couple filed for divorce in 2013.
In 2015, Odom was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel after dropping $75,000 and having used cocaine and sexual performance enhancers. During Odom's health crisis it was revealed that the couple's divorce was never finalized.
A regular on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," Kourtney's ex-boyfriend and father of her three children, Scott Disick, became known for his hot temper and substance abuse issues.
The couple announced a separation in July 2015, with Disick reportedly checking into rehab shortly after.
In an elaborate wedding recorded for "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," Kim married NBA star Kris Humphries in 2013.
But the marriage did not last long: The couple split just 72 days later.
Kim Kardashian eloped with music producer Damon Thomas when she was just 19. The couple divorced four years later in 2004.
R&B singer Ray J was the co-star of the sex tape that shot Kim Kardashian (and subsequently, her family) to fame in 2007. He has since become the star of his own reality series, VH1's "Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood."
Once a regular on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," the only Kardashian brother quit filming the series in 2014. Even so, his personal struggles and weight gain have continued to serve as the basis for drama on the series.