Kim Kardashian turned 42 and says ending her divorce from Kanye West would be the best gift, while Ye says the divorce is just “on paper”.
On October 21st, Kim Kardashian turns 42, and while the SKIMS founder could ask for anything to celebrate, ending her divorce from Kanye West would be the ultimate gift.
“Kim is looking forward to turning 42 because she thinks this will be her best year. She’s single, strong and equipped to run her empire the way she wants to. She wants to end this divorce now more than ever. Kim thinks that break up with her. Divorce would be the best birthday present.”
The source added that despite Kanye’s help, Kim is now ready to go it alone. “Kim no longer needs his guidance and, in addition to friendly arrangements, she is trying to break up with him,” the source said.
Furthermore, the source added that Kim is unhappy with Yi’s recent behavior. She tried very hard not to be affected by Kanye’s recent actions, but it was really hard. You don’t agree with his recent actions and you don’t agree with the comments he’s made recently about her family. That doesn’t line up with her political views, and she just wants him to keep her name out of his mouth at this point.”
Kanye West Says Kim’s Divorce Will Be ‘On Paper’ And Will Love Her ‘For Life’
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s divorce is about to be resolved, but that doesn’t mean the rapper will stop loving the socialite. “I may be absolute on paper, but I’m not unconnected with the idea of being the protector,” West shared in an interview with Piers Morgan Uncensored.
“His name is no longer West. And my name is now just you. If we were together again, what would our name be? Kimi?” The artist went on to say that he would “love Kim for a lifetime”, adding, “It’s weird that I protect her.”
Kardashian and Yee share four children: North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4 and Psalm, 3. Kim filed for divorce in February 2021 after nearly seven years of marriage. On several occasions, West has accused Kim and his family of keeping him from seeing his children.