Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s divorce continues to make headlines, and now West has responded to rumors about their relationship. In a recent interview with Forbes, West stated that he believes the media is trying to create a narrative around their divorce that is not true.
West was asked about his relationship with Kardashian and whether it would be a factor in his potential presidential campaign in 2024. He responded that he believes the media is trying to twist the narrative to make it seem like he is against his soon-to-be ex-wife when that is not the case.
West explained that he has “never spoken against my wife” and loves her. He also said that he believes Kardashian loves him and that they want what is best for their children.
West went on to say that the media’s portrayal of their relationship is just one example of the lies they tell. He added that he believes many other lies are being told about him and is ready to set the record straight.
Kardashian has also recently responded to the media attention surrounding their relationship. She posted a statement on Instagram addressing rumors about her and West’s relationship, saying she has been trying to protect their children from media scrutiny.
The statement also confirmed that Kardashian and West are co-parenting their children and are committed to doing what is best for their family.
After being married for nearly seven years, the couple filed for divorce in February of this year. They share four children: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm. Despite the divorce, both West and Kardashian are committed to maintaining a positive relationship for the sake of their children.
Kanye West is one of contemporary music’s most prominent and influential figures. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 8, 1977, West grew up in Chicago, Illinois, where he was raised by his mother, Donda West, a university professor and academic.
From a young age, West showed an interest in music and art, and he began writing and producing his own music in high school. After attending Chicago State University for a year, West dropped out to pursue his music career full-time.
In the late 1990s, West began working as a Roc-A-Fella Records producer, a label Jay-Z founded. He quickly established himself as one of the industry’s most innovative and creative producers, working with various artists and developing a distinctive sound that blended soul, hip-hop, and electronic music.
In 2004, West released his debut album, “The College Dropout,” which was a critical and commercial success. The album’s themes of self-doubt, perseverance, and faith resonated with audiences, and it established West as a significant force in the rap world.
Over the next several years, West released a series of groundbreaking albums, including “Late Registration,” “Graduation,” and “808s & Heartbreak.” He also became known for his outspoken and controversial public persona, making headlines for his comments on politics, race, and culture.
Want a Free Instagram Shoutout?
Claim a FREE Instagram Shoutout simply by visiting our page below! Receive massive reach on our hip hop Instagram page now. You may also be featured on our Instagram Lives for FREE! Click below.