Kim Kardashian Tears Up as She Discusses Co-Parenting Struggles with Kanye West

The makeup mogul breaks down in tears as she discusses her co-parenting struggles with the controversial rapper Ye.

In a sit-down interview with Angie Martinez’s “IRL” podcast, the reality TV star said it’s really hard to co-parent four kids with her ex-husband, Kanye West, who proved himself to be the most problematic personality in Hollywood in 2022.

“Co-parenting is hard. It’s really f***king hard,” she said.

The 42-year-old SKIMS founder shares four kids with the Flashing Lights singer – North, nine, Saint, six, Chicago, four, and Psalm, three.

Kardashian’s public statements about her bitter divorce and difficulties dealing with her ex’s toxic tantrums after their separation come nearly one month after the former couple officially settled their divorce.

“I definitely protected him, and I still will in the eyes of my kids, for my kids,” she said about West. “So, in my home, my kids don’t know anything that goes on in the outside world and I’ve managed to – I’m holding on by a thread and I know I’m so close to that not happening, but while it’s still that way, I will protect that to the end of the earth as long as I can,” she explained.

In the divorce settlement, she receives “$200,000-a-month in child support”, the $4.5 million house he bought next door, and parenting disputes will be resolved through mediation.

A new custody agreement, parenting plans, and the division of the couple’s multimillion-dollar real estate portfolio were also reached.

 According to TMZ, it was determined that West, 45, and Kardashian would share joint custody and have ‘equal access’ to their four children.

The exes agreed to attend mediation. If one does not attend the session, the attending parent makes the decision.

Speaking on the podcast, Kim also revealed that she keeps her kids away from Kanye’s social media and keeps her friends and their teachers in a loop to keep an eye on them when she is not around.

“None of the [other] kids have ever said anything to my kids, When stuff’s going down I protect stuff as far as the TVs and the content that’s on. It is [a full-time job],” she said.

The billionaire said she wants her kids to look up to their dad with respect and see him in the best light as she remembers her father.

“Yeah, but I had the best dad, she said, getting emotional. “And I had the best memories and the greatest experience and that’s all I want for my kids. As long as they can have that, that’s what I would want for them, you know.”

She continued, “So like if they don’t know things that are being said or what’s happening in the world like why would I ever bring that energy to them. You know, that’s like real heavy, heavy grown up s***. That they are not ready to, like, deal with.”

“And when they are we will have those conversations and I’ll be so prepared but until then I will do anything to keep their life as normal as possible.”

She got emotional as she said that one day her kids will thank her for not bashing their father publically when she had many chances to do so.

“All the crazy s***. They’ll thank me and I’ll privately answer anything that they want to know. It’s not my place anymore to jump in,” she told host Angie Martinez.

“[It’s] worth it because of course I want to disassociate in specific thoughts and things being said because that’s not me, but at the same time in my home, I could be going through something but if we’re riding to school and they want to listen to their dad’s music, no matter what is going on in the world, I have to have that smile on my face and blast his music and sing along and act like nothing’s wrong,”

She concluded her candid interview by saying, “As soon as I drop them off, I can have a good cry.”

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Source: Angie Martinez’s “IRL” podcast

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