First, Kanye made a series of harmful (now deleted) comments on Twitter about Kim and his mother-in-law Kris Jenner allegedly trying to “lock me up.” Then, he revealed at his first campaign rally for his current U.S. presidential campaign that he and Kim allegedly considered aborting their eldest daughter North, 7, without Kim’s permission to share it.
Kim was “furious” at the fact he brought their daughter into the public’s eye. She later shared a statement on her Instagram story about Kanye’s struggles with bipolar disorder and the toll it can take on a person and their loved ones.
And now, according to an insider source, as per People, during all this, the pair have reportedly not seen or spoken to each other in weeks. Kanye is “ignoring” her calls. Kim is “exhausted” and feeling “very hurt.” And, according to another source, she and the family are “shielding the kids… from all of this.”
“She has tried to reach him multiple times and he just ignores her,” they said. “It's all a bad situation.”
Well, all of this came to a heartbreaking crash this weekend when the KKW beauty mogul flew down to Kanye’s $14 million ranch at Cody, Wyoming, to see her husband. According to the Daily Mail, almost immediately after they met up, the two went to get food before they were seen having a tough face-to-face in the car, where Kim was reportedly visibly seen crying.
“As soon as Kim got to the ranch, she and Kanye came out together in his car,” a source told People. “Kim is hysterically crying [and] hasn’t seen Kanye for weeks.”
Just a few days ago, Kanye shared an apology to his wife on Twitter, but it seems he might not have actually sent it to his wife and mother of four children—North; Saint, 4; Chicago, 2; and Psalm, 14 months.
And, according to the above Daily Mail article, Kanye has been trying to get a divorce with Kim since she met rapper Meek Mill at a hotel in Los Angeles to allegedly talk about “police reform” in 2018. The pair got married on the 24th May 2014.
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