I don’t always ‘understand’ Kanye West – Kim Kardashian West
01 December 2019 | 11:21 am
Kim Kardashian West doesn't always "understand" Kanye West, but says the pair still make sure their romance is as "fun" as ever.
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21 Jun 2021
Love you unconditionally Kim Kardashian West pays tribute to Kanye West
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According to People, a source close to the matter says that the couple have split after several months of dating.
25 Aug 2021
The Chi-Town native is set to host the third listening party series for his tenth studio album, Donda, on Thursday at Chicago’s Soldier Field for 38,000 fans – reduced from the original 63,000 maximum capacity.
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Kim Kardashian West has been criticised for making "distasteful" jokes about O.J. Simpson on 'Saturday Night Live' by Nicole Brown Simpson's sister.
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'People' reports that Kanye West has been named as a suspect in a battery report from an alleged physical altercation in Los Angeles. According to 'People,' an LAPD source said that the alleged incident took place early on the morning of January 13.
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Kanye West opens up about mental health struggles and admits to having 'suicidal thoughts'
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The 'Stronger' hitmaker has seen a range of brands distance themselves from him after he made anti-Semitic remarks on Twitter, with Adidas confirming their Yeezy deal with him is under review and JP Morgan Chase asking him to find a new bank to hold his company.
20 Oct 2022
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen reports that Kanye West is going to buy right-wing social media platform Parler.
24 Oct 2022
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Modi Wiczyk, Asif Satchu and Scott Tenley, executives at MRC Entertainment announced in a memo that they won't release their completed documentary about the rapper following his series of offensive comments about Jewish people.
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