Since the news of the official end of Kimye, fans have been anxiously watching Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s social media pages to see if any formal statement might come from the family.
The SKIMS owner was the one to officially file for divorce from West after almost seven years of marriage. Details of the divorce have yet to be confirmed by the Kardashian-West family, but TMZ reports a prenuptial agreement is already settled, and the couple has a plan for the future of their four kids, North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.
The couple first wed in Italy in 2014, but starting in summer 2020, rumor after rumor revealed their marriage was in trouble. With Kardashian as one of the most followed celebs on Instagram, the reality star’s fan base expects to hear from their social media queen about the divorce. Plus, rapper Kanye West is known to have a Twitter tirade or two from time to time.
Both celebs have stayed uncharacteristically quiet about their divorce, but Kim may have hinted about how she really feels about the split from her husband in a new Instagram video.
Kim Kardashian played a break-up song on her Instagram
Reports have revealed that Kanye West may be the one taking the divorce the hardest. The rapper is “not doing well” according to People‘s inside source, and believes it was his 2020 presidential campaign that pushed his marriage to Kim Kardashian West over the edge.
As fans await more answers from the celebrity family (which may come via the final season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians), the reality TV star may have posted a hint into how she’s handling her split.
According to People, the Kardashian took to Instagram to post a series of windmills with Olivia Rodrigo’s “Driver’s License” in the background. The single has gained popularity as a break-up song with the lyrics: “And all my friends are tired / Of hearing how much I miss you,” which was featured in Kim’s story.
The post wasn’t the first time the KKW Beauty owner took to social media after the news drop of her divorce, but it was the first post to even slightly reference heartbreak.
The song continued on Kim’s story, “I kinda feel sorry for them / ‘Cause they’ll never know you the way that I do, yeah. / Today I drove through the suburbs / And pictured I was driving home to you / And I know we weren’t perfect / But I’ve never felt this way for no one, oh / And I just can’t imagine how you could be so okay, now that I’m gone.”
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