Kanye West reunites with ex Kim Kardashian for daughter North’s basketball game

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Kanye West’s Twitter and Instagram accounts were restricted recently on the grounds of posting anti-semitic remarks. It means Ye can no longer tweet on Twitter, and most of his posts in question from Instagram were removed, including the one that had a screenshot of a short text exchange between him and Diddy. A Twitter representative reportedly confirmed that the rapper had been locked out due to a violation of the social media platform’s policies.

The reunion

In the midst of the recent controversies surrounding him, Kanye West reunited with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian for their 9-year-old daughter North West’s basketball game. The rapper was, once again, seen wearing the controversial ‘White Lives Matter’ shirt to his children’s sporting event that took place in Thousand Oaks, California, on October 7, 2022. Ye was clean-shaven and wore a white version of the shirt, teamed up with a pair of black jeans and Balenciaga croc boots. Kim, on the other hand, was seated among the other parents and her friend Tracy Romulus who is also the Chief Marketing Officer of SKIMS. However, it is unclear whether the ex-couple interacted during the game.

Kim’s reaction


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Kim Kardashian reportedly ‘lost it’ after having seen Ye wearing the controversial shirt. A source reportedly told Hollywood Life, “Kim is not surprised by Kanye’s decision to wear that on his shirt and thinks that he is, once again, trying to get attention. She knows that he loves to start controversy and she is not even feeding into this. Sure, she thinks that he is making a horrible choice and that the message is very offensive to so many.”

Fan reactions

Fans of Ye were reportedly confused over his decision to wear the ‘White Lives Matter’ shirt given that the rapper earlier supported the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement inspiring mass protests after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. The rapper reportedly also donated $2 million to the victims’ respective families in June 2020 and yet seemed to negate his own message in present times by wearing a shirt with a contradictory message.