- Kanye West has asked for joint legal and physical custody of his kids as he divorces Kim Kardashian
- The rapper is very fond of his children and would like to see them as often as possible, he is going to co-parent
- Social media users reacted to the news that Kanye is looking for joint custody and not paying spousal support
US rapper Kanye West didn't come to play, especially not when it comes to his children. Kanye has asked for joint legal and physical custody of his children as he goes through his divorce from reality star Kim Kardashian.
The former couple has said in the past that they have committed themselves to co-parenting their children. Joint custody doesn't mean that it's going to be a 50/50 split, Kim will probably still have the kids most of the time.
Not only that, but Kanye is not planning on paying spousal support - neither does Kim, because they feel that they are both well off and don't need to be doing so. There probably won't be an issue with dividing their assets because they both signed a prenuptial agreement.
Social media users reacted to the information coming to light about Kanye West's requests as he gets divorced. Check out the reactions below:
"They have 4 small children, it’s so sad, they always supported each other and now can’t seem to find their way back together."
"They're both billionaires so let them fight it out."
"Good for Kanye."
Briefly News previously reported that a Kanye West documentary is in the works and is to be streamed on Netflix. American rapper Kanye West has a documentary coming up soon and it is going to be streamed on Netflix later this year.
The documentary was sold to Netflix for $30 million (R435 million). The documentary is going to feature footage that has never been seen before of Kanye West making music. The project is going to be streamed in different parts, the documentary does not have a title yet.
The footage is 21 years in the making and has been shot by Clarence "Coodie" Simmons and Chike Ozah.
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