Kim Kardashian made it clear in new legal docs there’s no way to fix her marriage with Kanye. Ye’s public attempts to win back Kim appear to be ineffective. Its highly unlikely that the couple will ever get back together.

Just last Thursday, West begged Kardashian to “run back” to him during the Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert, co-headlined by Drake, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. “I need you to run right back to me, more specifically Kimberly,” the Yeezy founder ad libbed during a performance of his hit song “Runaway”.

The latest TMZ obtained documents practically state that there’s no chance that reconciliation is in their future. “No counseling or reconciliation effort will be of any value at this time,” it reads. “Irreconcilable differences have existed and continue to exist between [Kanye] and me, which have caused our marriage to irretrievably break down”.

 After seemingly confirming that she’s casually dating Pete Davidson, Kim filed docs last Friday to restore her marital status “Single”. This is usually done to speed up the process, leaving the cumbersome property settlement and custody issues for another day in the future.

Kim then goes on to say that she had wanted to end the marriage for quite a while, but Kanye wasn’t having it. It reads, “I have been attempting to settle our dissolution with [Kanye] since I filed for divorce in February 2021.” It further adds, “I have requested several times that [Kanye] agree to bifurcate and terminate our marital status. [He] has not responded to my request”. The judge has yet to rule on Kim’s request. Seems like its certain it will be granted.

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer with a passion for pop culture and entertainment news. With a background in copywriting and academic writing, she brings a unique perspective to her work. Currently pursuing her Masters in Comparative Literature, Shifa also has a love for theatre, teaching, and exploring different cultures and languages.

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