- Recent reports reveal that Kanye West, the soon to be the former husband of Kim Kardashian is still refusing to talk directly to her
- Kanye West has allegedly instructed the oldest Kardashian sister to contact him via his security personnel should she need him
- Fans of the famous couple have been sharing their thoughts about the split since it was revealed last month
US rapper and multi-grammy award winner Kanye West has reportedly stuck to his guns about cutting ties with his estranged wife Kim Kardashian after she filed for a divorce from him in February this year.
Recently reports reveal that Kanye is still refusing to talk directly to Kim despite the two of them having a number of children together who they have both agreed will not be affected by the sudden split.
Kim has allegedly taken Kanye's continued refusal to talk to her as him having another one of his bi-polar episodes and this is something she has admitted, is very worrying to her. She has said that she will continue doing what is best for the children.
According to ET Online , Kim also said that she will be taking time to focus on herself while Kanye figures out how he would like to go forward. Meanwhile, The Sun has reported that Kim is not the only one focused on Kim, as rapper Drake may have slid into her DMs to shoot his shot.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a Kenyan man has gotten the attention of Kim Kardashian fans after sharing his thoughts on her marriage and pending divorce. The reality TV star shared a cute photo of her babies Psalm and Chicago West on Twitter, noting how happy she is to be their mother.
"You are my dream come true. I’m so happy to be your mommy."
A Kenyan man from Nairobi, Fredrick Mutuku Philip, commented on the post urging Kim to forgive and forget whatever Kanye did wrong. Fredrick argued the children need both parents growing up in a family set up to show them love and pleaded with her to take him back. He would have not anticipated what would happen from his marriage advice as it immediately became a talking point with many reacting to it.
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