Kanye and Kim becomes a subject matter for Max documentary

Kanye and Kim becomes a subject matter for Max documentary

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West divorce is now the subject matter for Max documentary, which is currently streaming.

Although it seems that Kim and Ye won’t be appearing in the “Kim vs Kanye: The Divorce. But, it will feature commentary from the legal counsel of both parties involved.

It also includes other figures who helped them in meandering their divorce which was finalized in 2022.

“What we really learned in this case was that this was a toxic relationship”. Said one of the participants in the trailer teaser.

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian got married in Italy on May 2014. The wedding was held in Tuscany Hills outside of Florence.

In november 2022, they both finalized their divorce, after months of fighting and drama. It was also arranged that Kanye would send $200,000 for child support every month.

Together, they both had four children, ranging from nine-year-old North to Psalm, the youngest of all, who is three years of age.

According to TMZ, they both agreed to a 50/50 split of the propeties, with the kids spending time with Kim Kardashian in their home in Calabasas.

During the proceedings, Kanye tore through six different attorneys. He was also banned from social media after bullying Pete Davison, Kim Kardashian’s Ex- boyfriend.

Although, the drama died down in recent months with Kanye’s marriage to Bianca Censori in January.

Recently, Kanye and his wife Censori was spotted by TMZ in June. They were at The Lobster in Santa Monica, with Tadao Ando, a Japanese architect, having dinner together.

TMZ also confirmed that Kanye made plans to visit Censori’s family in Melbourne earlier this year, before their wedding.

In an interview, Australia’s Education Minister Jason Clare, spoke to Nine Network TV.

With the aim of hinting at Austrailia’s long-running history of turning away people with antisemitic beliefs.

“I expect that if he does apply, he would have to go through the same process and answer the same questions”. Said Clare.