Despite Ye's appeals to "run back" to him during their feud-ending concert with Drake, her defense is strong.
Kim Kardashian-West filed the petition on Friday afternoon, which would remove problems of child custody and property from marital status if signed by a court, according to TMZ.
The mother of four made the call just after her soon-to-be ex-husband publicly reaffirmed his love for her at the Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert on Thursday night, which she attended with their children North and Saint to cheer him on.
During a performance of his song “Runaway,” the musician, now known as “Ye,” improvised the lyrics singing, “I need you to run right back to me, more specifically Kimberly.”
Laura Wasser, Kim’s lawyer, has taken similar steps with other famous clients in the past, including Dr. Dre and Kelly Clarkson, isolating marital status from other difficulties. It enables individuals to go about their daily lives, reserving other concerns for a later date.
She does not seem to desire to reunite with him, though, since she is presently dating her “SNL” co-star, Pete Davidson. On Oct. 29, the couple was first seen holding hands on a ride at Knott’s Scary Farm in Southern California, just days after her “SNL” hosting appearance, wherein the two shared a kiss during a spoof.
Recently, Pete’s birthday was celebrated with the socialite, as well as Kris Jenner and Flavor Flav, who dubbed him “adopted son.”
West, on the other hand, has been seeing model Vinetria and attended their first public event together last month, according to Page Six. Given West’s most recent effort at reconciliation, it’s unclear if the two are still together.
‘Ye has tried to win her back before; during a pre-Thanksgiving outburst on skid row, he released a 5-minute video apologizing for his drinking and times when he embarrasses her.