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Kim Kardashian addresses Kanye West’s Twitter rants on “KUWTK"- and I understand the frustration

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's divorce is playing out on reality television as the cameras zero in on Kim's side of the breakup story for the final season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E!

Kim Kardashian addresses Kanye West’s Twitter rants on “KUWTK"- and I understand the frustration

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 18: Kim Kardashian West of 'The Justice Project' speaks onstage during the 2020 Winter TCA Tour Day 12 at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 18, 2020 in Pasadena, California.

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Unsurprisingly, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's divorce is playing out on reality television as the cameras zero in on Kim's side of the breakup story for the final season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E!

If you've been keeping up with the drama (no pun intended), you're probably already aware of the tweets that Kanye sent out last year around his presidential campaign. The tweets varied from speaking on his marriage to Kim and accusations that she and Kris Jenner are "white supremacists."


I believe that the tweets were not only inappropriate to say, but they also shouldn't have been put out into the abyss of social media for the world to see.

Now the new season of KUWTK is back, and on Thursday's episode, we see Kim's reactions to these posts. She appeared concerned about the direction her marriage was going in and how Kanye taking to social media to divulge his feelings was starting to affect them as a couple.

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"It's no secret that everyone sees things in the media about my life with Kanye, but I've always been really respectful in not talking about issues that Kanye and I have," said Kim during the confessional. "I mean, you guys clearly see them on Twitter, but I'm going to choose to not really talk about it on here."

It's very mature not to discuss his situation publicly, especially if this is a matter of personal relationships and feelings. They also have children together, so I understand not wanting to appear combative or adding more fuel to the fire when the situation could be addressed directly.

Later on, Kim mentioned the tweets that Kanye sent during his time in Wyoming with her family.

"He's been posting a lot of things on social media, so that's been a little bit frustrating," she said.

As the episode concluded, Kim decided to take a trip to Wyoming to reunite with Kanye telling her sisters, "My life with Kanye, I got this, I'm dealing with it on my own, and it's going to be okay."

All in all, if this is the course of direction the next episode will follow, it'll definitely be interesting to see how it unfolds.

Do you think Kim Kardashian handled the situation well?

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