Kanye West’s attempts to get Kim Kardashian back have failed miserably. While Kim’s bi-coastal romance with Pete Davidsons draws tremendous attention, Kanye too has started to get back into dating. It seems that Kim thinks Ye is going on dates to simply make her jealous.

Julia Fox and Ye were spotted in New York City as they saw the Broadway play Slave Play at the August Wilson theater and then went to Carbone. This was in fact their second date. The first date was a dinner at Carbone’s Miami location.

While Kanye spends time in the Big Apple with Julia Fox, Kim has been soaking up the sun with Pete Davidson in The Bahamas. According to The Sun, Kim feels Ye’s outings are a bit petty. This new development comes after the rapper bought a mansion opposite to Kim’s place, only to demolish it to the ground.

Kim thinks it’s another desperate attempt to make her jealous. She honestly doesn’t care, she’s very over him at this point so his little game isn’t working. All she cares about right now involving Kanye is raising their four kids and making sure they have a happy life, that’s it.

Earlier, Ye went out partying with IG model Yasmine Lopez. As it turned out though, that was not a romantic date. “Kim thinks it’s comical Kanye went from begging her to come back to showcasing his new girl [Julia Fox] all over the city within days. She knows it’s not serious and is just typical hijinks from Kanye,” a source told The Sun. 

Kanye was also rumored to be in a relationship with model Vinetria. Their split came after Yeezy was seen asking Kim to get back in his life at his concert with Drake. There is no telling with Kanye.

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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