Kim vs. Kanye: The Divorce will feature comments from both parties’ legal counsel as well as other crucial players who helped them navigate their turbulent, years-long divorce, which was finally concluded in 2022, even if it appears Ye and Kim won’t make an appearance.
In May 2014, Kim and Ye exchanged vows in a magnificent ceremony in the Tuscany Hills outside of Florence, Italy. The couple divorced in November 2022 after several months of drama and infighting, with Ye promising to provide Kardashian $200,000 on the first of every month going forward as child support payments.
North, who is nine, is the oldest of the couple’s four children, with Psalm being the youngest at three. The kids would spend the majority of their time at Kim’s house in Calabasas, according to TMZ at the time, despite the fact that they formally agreed to a 50/50 timeshare split.
Ye had already gone through six different attorneys during the proceedings, and at one time, he had even been banned from social media for his persistent harassment of Kim’s ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson. However, Ye’s remarriage to Bianca Censori in January, however, signaled the end of the drama in previous months.
Here’s the trailer for Kim vs. Kanye: The Divorce:
Two sides. One divorce.
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