The will-they-or-won’t-they of celebrity couples that may officially break up at a hat’s notice, Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West, are reportedly considering not finalising their divorce papers, and instead “working” on their relationship. As Nietzche would say: “time is a flat circle”, yadda yadda.
According to TMZ (so yeah, take it with a grain of salt), a source close to the infamous duo says the pair have been spending some one-on-one time together again recently. Not only that, they’re allegedly setting their divorce aside and “working on rebuilding the foundation of their relationship”.
Wow, déjá vu much?
The source claimed that while the divorce is technically still on, the diamond-earring losing billionaire is considering withdrawing it in a decision that the pair think is best for their four kids—North, 8, Chicago, 3, Saint, 6, and Psalm, 2.
You might recall that Kim Kardashian West reportedly filed for divorce from the Yeezy rapper back in January. Then in June, West apparently started dating Irina Shayk and unfollowed a bunch of Kim’s family, effectively suggesting that he could no longer keep up with the Kardashians.
Everything changed this last week however when, weirdly, Kim and their four kids flew to Chicago to catch Kanye’s bombastic stage event for his tenth studio album, Donda, which weirdly featured homophobic rapper DaBaby and Marilyn Manson, who faces a number of sexual assault allegations.
While I’m not 100% sold on this source being a legitimate one, there could be some truth to it. At that same live show, Kim appeared on stage in a white bridal dress.
Now, is this a weird piece of post-romance performance art or meant to be a reflection of West’s past? Maybe! Is it a weird-ass sign the pair aren’t done with each other? Also maybe! Are we all extremely confused and most likely won’t get a clear-cut answer even after Donda officially drops? Oh, absolutely.
As of publishing, representatives for Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have not commented on the rumour that they plan to get back together.