After seven of marriage, Kim has finally had enough. Rumors of their “imminent” divorce began to swirl January 5, 2021, following the co-parents’ tumultuous year together, where Kanye publicly claimed that his soon-to-be ex-wife considered aborting their eldest child during his one and only U.S. presidential campaign, said he had been trying to divorce the reality star since 2018 and referred to momager Kris Jenner as “Kris Jong-un.”
And after Kim and Kanye had been living “separate lives” for months and reportedly quit couples therapy in January, Kim officially filed for divorce from the rapper on Friday, February 19. Now, the former flames will have to work out the logistics of custody over the children.
Since the duo’s prenup agreement reportedly contains nothing in regards to a custody arrangement for their four kids, they will have to “fight” it out in court.