Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton has admitted to removing rapper Kanye West from her playlist in support of his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.
speak with Entertainment WeeklyChelsea Clinton said that “the way” Kanye West treated Kim Kardashian in the wake of her divorce prompted her to remove it from her playlist, even though she regularly listened to it while running.“I had to leave Kanye, because that’s okay, I can’t. The way he has treated Kim Kardashian, the way he talks about women, is unfair to me,” Clinton Told, “That was some of my favorite playing music. And I’ve removed it from my music library.”
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– people (@people) 23 August 2022
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been in a contentious divorce since February 2021, which boiled down to a full-blown public feud after she became romantically involved with him. saturday night live star Pete Davidson before finalizing the divorce. The feud got so heated that Kanye West even went own specialty Burying Davidson’s Clemation doppelganger in one of his music videos.In March of this year, Los Angeles judge Steve Cochran declared Kim Kardashian legally single In the wake of her turbulent divorce from the rapper. Cochran reportedly asked Kardashian questions such as “What problems, disputes and differences caused the breakdown of your marriage?” and, “Is it your desire to be a single person?”
An insider told the outlet that the comedian — who briefly activated his Instagram during his relationship with Kardashian but has since deactivated it — was “absent from social media” as a result of West’s frequent attacks. Used to be.
He “has been in trauma therapy in large part” [due to Kanye],” the source said of Davidson. “The attention and negativity that comes from Kanye and his antics is a trigger for [Pete]And he’s had to get help.”
Upon hearing of the breakup, West shared a threatening post on his Instagram that showed a fake new York Times Newspaper with an all-caps headline, “Skate Davidson Dead at 28.”
in the same interview Entertainment WeeklyChelsea Clinton said she “has long admired Kim’s commitment to criminal justice reform.”
“I knew she would go to law school. I knew she was committed to these issues and personally to the efforts of people in prison to have their sentences reduced or their sentences reduced altogether,” Clinton said said. could be harmful.”
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— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) 23 August 2022