Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s relationship has gone too far. Kanye was recently spotted sitting just behind Kim while wearing the controversial “White Lives Matter” t-shirt. Their relationship has deteriorated to the point that they only communicate through assistants and arrive at their children’s events separately.

TMZ reports, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are not talking. However, this does not exclude them from sharing the same space as their children. Both Ye and Kim attended North’s game on Friday. North was brought to the game by Kanye, while the rest of the kids were brought by Kim.

It’s the second time in a few weeks that both Kim and Kanye have been spotted at one of North’s events. Kim didn’t say anything to Kanye or even look at him when he arrived at the last one wearing a ‘White Lives Matter’ shirt. Kim wasn’t the only familiar face for Kanye at Friday’s game, as he hugged Nick Cannon on his way inside.

According to sources at the game, Kanye left before the game was over, but Kim stayed with all four children. In the midst of an apparent mental health crisis, Kim cut off all connections with Ye. Sources previously told the outlet that even when Kim was the victim of his attacks, she would still work behind the scenes to seek him therapy and mend broken relationships.

This time is different. However, one thing remains constant: children are still the priority. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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