Kanye West Cries Over Losing Kim Kardashian While Reacting To Queen Elizabeth II’s Death

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Kanye West Cries Over Losing Kim Kardashian While Reacting To Queen Elizabeth II’s Death
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Kanye West has been on it since his divorce from Kim Kardashian. From throwing tantrums on social media to bullying Kim’s ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson. Kanye after Queen Elizabeth II was buried took to his Instagram and posted that he shares the same level of pain with the people of the United Kingdom as he also lost his queen.

The controversial rapper couldn’t handle his divorce as it is clear the split is unbearable for him but comparing it to The Queen’s death was the height of it all. How bad could things go with Kanye huh?

However, Kanye took to his Instagram to apologize to the mother of his kids, Kim Kardashian, for all the troubles he put her through after their messy divorce.

Via Media Take Out:

Kanye West says he can relate to the death of Queen Elizabeth II after his marriage failed. “London I know how you feel,” Ye posted on IG Story. “I lost my queen too.”

Ye did not want to get a divorce from Kim Kardashian but had no choice. Last week, he apologized to Kim in a television interview.

“This is the mother of my children and I apologize for any stress that I have caused even in my frustration because God calls me to be stronger, but also ain’t nobody else finna be causing no stress either,” he said. “I need this person to be the least stressed and the best sound mind and as calm as possible to be able to raise those children.”

Kim has not reacted publicly to the apology.

Well, it looks like Kanye West’s rant on his divorce is not ending anytime soon looking at how he keeps talking about and shading Kim Kardashian and Pimp Mama Kris.

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