Kim Kardashian has some thoughts on Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s PDA.
“It’s so cute,” Kardashian, 40, revealed on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show this past Thursday after the host, 63, joked that Kourtney, 42, and Barker, 45, keep making out “like it’s the last time they’re gonna see each other.”
West later confessed that the PDA is “a lot” before also admitting “It’s so cute.”
In another news, just last week, West, 40, shared a photo of her 5-year-old who broke his arm “in a few places.”
“Who do you think cried more today? My baby broke his arm in a few places today.” the West wrote alongside the photo of son Saint. “I’m not ok.”
West posted a photo of Saint’s arm in an all-black hard cast following his doctor’s visit. “Poor baby,” she wrote. Saint’s injury was not revealed. She has yet to post an update.
And at the third and final listening party held this past Thursday, Kim joined her estranged husband onstage, dawning a Balenciaga couture wedding dress, six months after filing for divorce.
While the two seemed civil. some of the lyrics from Donda gave insight to their seven-year marriage, with Kanye speaking on trust issues, arguments and regret.
In “Lord I Need You,” Kanye questions Kim’s commitment and fidelity amid their marriage with the line: “Three hours to get back from Palm Springs, huh? / Who you know spend an hour in Walgreens, huh?”
The lyric seems to hint at Kanye being suspicious over whether Kim was telling the truth about where she’d been. Kris Jenner owns a home in Palm Springs, which Kim is known to make regular visits to from LA.
This commute takes a total of 90 minutes, which is only a fraction of the time Kim allegedly took to return when this argument took place.
He also speaks of Kim’s seemingly constant complaints about their marriage, at one point telling her to “shut up.”
And Kanye also seems to address their declining sexual relationship in this song with the lyric: “We used to do the freak like seven days a week / It’s the best collab since Taco Bell and KFC.”
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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