In his first Valentine’s Day post, Kanye West shared a photo of Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson on a date.
The rapper, who recently changed his name to Ye and was married to reality star Kardashian for six years until their split last year, wrote, “I don’t have beef with Kim, I love my family, so stop that novel, I’m not giving up on my family.” …”
to share Photo from daily Mail website Kardashian and her new boyfriend, comedian and actor Davidson, on a date, West added, “I bought this coat for Kim before. SNL I thought it was especially special…
“I had faith that we would get back together and I had nothing against it daily Mail I have love for everyone in the media and wish you all the happiness in the world…”
He continued, “I speak directly to the media in the same way that a football player speaks to the referees. The world is our court, like the basketball court and the public opinion court …
“We have a public relationship because we’re public figures, so for the public and for the press sometimes people call me crazy, but being in love means being crazy about something and I’m crazy about happy Valentine families.”
West, whose relationship with actress Julia Fox is reportedly on the rocks, announced on social media last week that he wants to get his family and reality star back together.
Kardashian and West have four children together: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalmist.
Last week, Kardashian was praised for explaining why she’s leaving West.
“For a long time, I did what made others happy,” she said, adding, “I think in the last couple of years I’ve decided to make myself happy — and that feels really good.”
At this weekend’s Super Bowl, West was booed by thousands of spectators.
When the musician appeared on the big screen from his seat at the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams, the audience began to boo him.
He was attending the game at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles with his daughters North and St.
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