Published on December 27, 2022 at 7:30 am
After nine years of relationship, seven years of marriage and the arrival of four children, Kim Kardashian separated from Kanye West in February 2021. Their divorce was officially finalized last November although the reality star has been declared single since March. For more than a year, the founder of SKIMS and the rapper have therefore shared custody of their children and continue to consult each other for any decision concerning them. A co-parenting not always obvious since lately, the artist has been at the heart of many controversies. He has, for example, made anti-Semitic remarks on several occasions. At the beginning of the year, he had notably harassed on social networks on several occasions his ex-wife and his companion of the moment, Pete Davidson.
This Monday, December 26, the reality star was a guest on the Angie Martinez IRL podcast. During the episode, she made rare confidences about co-parenting with her ex-husband: “Co-parenting is really very difficult,” she said on the verge of tears.
Look good for the kids
During the podcast, she also claimed that her children weren’t aware of all the controversies surrounding their father: “It’s real, heavy, adult stuff that they’re not ready to face. When they are, we will have these conversations. One day my children will thank me for not sitting here criticizing their father,” she explained. She goes on to reveal that in front of her children she would always be on the side of Kanye West no matter the hardships: “I definitely protected him and I will do so again in the eyes of my children. For my children. So in my house, my children don’t know anything about what’s going on in the outside world. I will protect this to the end of the earth for as long as I can. ” However, Kim Kardashian admits to just looking good in front of his children, but does not tolerate the rapper’s behavior: “If we go to school by car and they want to listen to their father’s music – no matter what we are going through – I must have that smile on his face and spreading his music and singing with my children. I can pretend like everything is fine and, as soon as I put them down, I can cry a lot. »