Kim Kardashian exhausted by Kanye West social media attacks: I cant take it

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Kim Kardashian “can’t take” Kanye West’s social media attacks.

The reality star spoke to sisters Khloé Kardashian and Kendall Jenner about the rapper’s online behavior over lunch during Thursday’s episode of “The Kardashians.”

When Jenner said that “all the false narratives that people believe in … [have] gotten completely out of control,” Kim agreed with the 26-year-old model.

“It’s exhausting,” the 41-year-old makeup mogul said. “Today I’m just exhausted.”

The Skims creator told her siblings that West “posted [that he] can’t see the kids” via Instagram, which led her to reply, “You were here this morning, stop with this narrative.”

She added, “I can’t take it anymore. But I don’t want to go back and forth on the internet.”

The social media exchange happened in March, with the Grammy winner, 45, making headlines for saying he had been “allowed” to see his 9-year-old daughter, North, one week prior.

“This is why I go so hard for my family I am wired to protect my family at all cost,” West captioned the since-deleted picture of North’s backpack, not mentioning their other three children — Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3.

“As the priest of my home Don’t worry Northy God is still alive,” he concluded.


Kardashian clapped back at the rapper after he alleged he wasn’t “allowed” to see their kids.

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Kardashian clapped back at the rapper after he alleged he wasn’t “allowed” to see their kids.

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Kardashian clapped back at the rapper after he alleged he wasn’t “allowed” to see their kids.

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