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According to Entertainment Tonight Canada, Kim was up front about her marital troubles in the episode, telling Khloé Kardashian and friend Malika Haqq, “It’s been a long day. … I don’t want to talk about it on camera.” Kim added, “You shouldn’t pay attention to [the stories]. Please, please don’t.”
Kim appeared to be concerned about their marriage and what Kanye was saying on social media. She touched on each during her confessional, saying, “It’s no secret that everyone sees things in the media about my life with Kanye, but I’ve always been really respectful in not talking about issues that Kanye and I have. I mean, you guys clearly see them on Twitter, but I’m going to choose to not really talk about it on here.”
His Twitter eyebrow-raising came up again later in the episode, where Kim said ’Ye had been “posting a lot of things on social media” while in Wyoming, which was “a little bit frustrating.”
At one point in the Keeping Up with the Kardashians episode, Kim was shown talking on the telephone. The camera cut to Kris Jenner sitting with Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian and saying, “I feel like she’s struggling a bit with all the stuff that’s going on. I don’t know how she’s dealing with the stress of it all, that’s what I’m worried about. She’s got a lot on her plate, she’s got a lot going on with law school and the kids.”
The episode concluded with Kim saying she would be going back to Wyoming. “My life with Kanye, I got this, I’m dealing with it on my own and it’s going to be okay,” she said.
While it’s unclear when the episode was shot, this particular Twitter moment from Kanye came in late July, after he announced his presidential run. During the string of tweets, he was candid about his marriage and shared a screenshot of a text message with Kris, saying it showcased her “white supremacy.” Around that time, ’Ye also revealed that he and Kim contemplated aborting their first child, North.
He later offered a mea culpa, telling Kim, “I would like to apologize to my wife Kim for going public with something that was a private matter,” he wrote. “I did not cover her like she has covered me. To Kim, I want to say I know I hurt you. Please forgive me. Thank you for always being there for me.”
Kim filed for divorce in February after almost seven years of marriage and has since been very focused on her law career. This is the final season of KUWTK, which has been on air for 14 years, for a total of 20 seasons.