Following her breakup with Kanye “Ye” West in February 2021, Kim Kardashian confessed to Vogue that she had prioritised her happiness.
Fans have been following Kim Kardashian and Kanye “Ye” West’s divorce drama for a year.
Despite their public divorce, the reality TV star has kept mum about their split. For Vogue’s March 2022 cover storey, Kim revealed rare insight into the separation.
“I used to make other people happy,” Kim, who married Ye in 2014, added. “And I guess I decided two years ago to make myself happy. That’s great. Even though that led to my divorce, I believe it’s crucial to be honest about what truly makes you happy. I choose myself. I guess you can select.”
In her 40s, Kim is all about “Team Me” and being her best self. “I’ll eat well. I’ll exercise. That means more time with my kids and those that make me happy “north west 8, saint west 6, chicago west 4, psalm west 2 mom “I’m putting down my phone. Unfollow if I don’t want to see it.”
Her new social media strategy, she added, was inspired by her sister Khloe Kardashian, who coined the phrase “best phrase.” Her words were: “Post and ghost.”
Oh, how I wish it were that simple. In spite of Ye’s constant criticism and pleas that she return to their family, she is steadfast in her resolve to filter out the negativity and co-parent peacefully.
When it comes to your kids, you can be heartbroken or furious about your ex, but Kim Kardashian told Vogue that she believes the nicest thing to say to them is “Your dad’s the finest.” Kim is presently seeing Pete Davidson. “No matter what you’re going through, be your co-biggest parent’s cheerleader.”
It’s not easy being a cheerleader, especially after Ye — who is currently seeing Julia Fox – claimed Kim had put North on TikTok without his will.
It saddens me that Kanye continues to make it impossible at every step of the process, she said on Feb. 4: “Divorce is hard enough on our children, and Kanye’s preoccupation with attempting to control and manipulate our situation so negatively and publically is only causing extra agony for everybody.”