Kanye West offers an apology to Kim Kardashian after his demonstration in South Carolina and her subsequent speech on Twitter.
In the past few weeks, Kanye West has implemented some major plans, like the upcoming Yeezy x GAP collaboration, a new album release, and much more. However, the most significant announcement he made was that he is running for president. In the midst of his first presidential rally in South Carolina, Kanye West made some incredulous claims, such as his comments on Harriet Tubman, but also said it would be fine if Kim Kardashian divorced him.
Reports emerged that Kim was “mortified” and that she was meeting with divorce attorneys, but that did not stop Kanye from criticizing her on social media. He said he was trying to lock him up and even hinted that he was trying to contact Meek Mill. She issued a statement acknowledging the difficulties at home due to Kanye West’s mental health difficulties.
Although Kanye did not necessarily acknowledge his statement, he has since issued a public apology on Twitter.
“I would like to apologize to my wife Kim for publicizing something that was a private matter. I did not cover her as she covered me,” he wrote on Twitter. “To Kim I want to say I know I hurt you. Please forgive me. Thank you for always being there for me.”
Check out his tweet below.