Are Kim and Kanye calling it quits?
06 January 2021 | 2:13 pm
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are calling it quits, according to Page Six. ... Kim has hired Laura Wasser and they are in settlement talks." The report added that Kardashian hadn't been seen wearing her wedding ring, while West spent the holidays at his ranch in Wyoming instead of with the Kardashian family.
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Kim stressed the need to secure "overwhelming military power" to defend Pyongyang's sovereignty, according to state media. His remarks came after North Korea tested yet another missile, after a year of record launches.
Last year, North Korea had conducted a record number of military tests, including nuclear-capable weapons. Meanwhile, a UN report stated that North Korea stole more cryptocurrency assets than ever in 2022.
Europe's largest sporting goods company is expecting a lackluster year after splitting with disgraced rapper Kanye West. The company has made a point to distance itself from West's antisemitic comments.
Kanye West's campaign treasurer Patrick Krason has resigned amid fraud allegations aimed at the rapper's campaign adviser.
Kanye West and his new wife Bianca Censori have moved into a luxury penthouse in West Hollywood.
Kim Kardashian revealed a huge factor behind her decision to file for divorce from Kanye West in February 2021. The rapper, also known as Ye, was embroiled in a number of public controversies towards the end of the couple’s marriage.
The North Korean leader called for fresh drills and for weapons production to be ramped up. He also replaced a member of the military's top brass for reasons unknown.
Fans have accused Kim Kardashian of being “tone-deaf” and unaware of her financial privilege after promoting a full-body scan that costs $2,500. The 42-year-old Kardashians star posted an array of photos of herself next to a Prenuvo machine on Instagram. She explained that the post was not an ad and she just wanted to share how beneficial the scan is for detecting certain diseases.
Kim Jong Un's call to mass produce missiles comes shortly before South Korea and the US start annual military drills.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has said US, South Korean and Japanese military exercises have turned the Korean peninsula into the world's "biggest war hardware concentration spot."
Analysts expect North Korea to offer artillery rounds in exchange for advanced Russian technology used for missiles, nuclear weapons and submarines. However, the details are likely to be kept secret.
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