KANYE West isn't giving up on his marriage to Kim Kardashian, even as both husband and wife have seemingly moved on with new significant others.
Appearing in the second part on his interview on Revolt TV's Drink Champs podcast, Kanye speculated there may be outside forces intent on breaking him and Kim up.
But the rapper said for all the talk, he has yet to see any official divorce documentation: "At the end of the day, I ain't got the paperwork yet. So I'ma come on this joint and try to save my family and keep my family together."
Ye also repeatedly referred to Kim as "my wife," also suggested there are people who are trying to sabotage Kim's desire to become a lawyer.
Kim has previously admitted that she failed the "baby bar," or first-year law students' exam, twice already.
Kanye said there could be a reason why: "You know what happens when Kim Kardashian becomes a lawyer? That shirt gets a little bit higher, that cleavage gets a little more covered up.
It's 14-year-old girls, 17-year-old girls that's posing a little bit. They wanna become a lawyer. She affect people in that way.
And there's people that don't want her to affect these women in that way. They want her to affect them in that other way."
KANYE MOVES ON
Kanye continued to defend his wife, even as he has seemingly started seeing a new model.
Vinetria Chubbs, a model and Instagram influencer, was recently spotted courtside with the rapper to watch Donda Academy — the school he founded — play its first basketball match in Minneapolis.
The 22-year-old was also reportedly with Ye in Miami, as he recorded his Drink Champs interview.
Sources close to the pair reveal they have been "hooking up" for "awhile now," according to Page Six.
FOR PETE'S SAKE
Meanwhile, Kim, 41, is said to be "falling hard" for 27-year-old SNL funnyman Pete Davidson, 27.
A source told US Weekly: "Pete makes her feel good and she’s excited to see what happens.”
Close friends of the couple are supportive of the blossoming romance, claiming that the SKIMS founder is "always" left "smiling and excited" after seeing the Suicide Squad star.
“Everything flows well," added the source.
Dating rumors started swirling after Kim and Pete were spotted holding hands at Knott’s Scary Farm in California last weekend, before then hanging out in NYC over the past week.
The pair started spending time together following her hosting appearance on SNL last month.
THE LAST STRAW
Kim announced her split from Kanye in February 2021 after seven years together.
The former couple share four children: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.
But any real chance of reconciliation may have flown out the window after Kanye's Drink Champs appearance.
On last week's podcast, Kanye insisted Kim is still his wife and wants them to be together.
After noting the public keeps saying the pair is “divorced," Kanye said: “We’re not even divorced.
"This ain’t no joke to me. My kids want their parents to stay together. I want us to be together."
He then said that the entertainment industry and media is against them as a couple, continuing: "If you look at the media, that’s not what they’re promoting.
"That’s not what they want.
"They want it to be a new episode, a new TV show.
"And then they have people all around in my wife’s ear.”
Kanye then slammed Kim’s publicist for encouraging their split, saying: “I don’t f**k with her.”
CEASE AND DESIST
According to a source who spoke with HollywoodLife, following Kanye's rant, Kim is done playing nice and is even ready to send a “cease and desist letter” letter, if necessary.
The insider revealed: “Kanye said that he really thought that he and Kim were going to work it out; Kim never gave him any indication of this.
"If anything, his actions of going on the podcast have made Kim more certain than ever that they are done."
And Kim is apparently prepared to take her separation to the next level.
The source continued: “If Kim has to send a cease-and-desist letter to just stop him from continuing to talk about her and the kids, she will. It’s not what Kim wants to do, but it may be what she has to do.”
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