Kim Kardashian has finally spoken out about her ex-husband Kanye West’s anti-Semitism scandal.
The 42-year-old reality star took to Twitter to express her support for the Jewish community and to condemn all forms of hate speech.
‘Hate speech is never acceptable or excusable. ‘I stand with the Jewish community and demand that the terrible violence and hateful rhetoric directed at them end immediately,’ the billionaire wrote.
Last Friday, Kim was spotted arriving at nine-year-old daughter North’s basketball game in LA alongside her eldest son Saint, six, – with ex-Kanye shortly arriving at the game as well.
Kanye, who recently said he and Kim were only divorced ‘on paper,’ was seen arriving to the game separately looking somber, amid his string of controversies.
He recently reignited tensions between himself and Kim by airing out their custody issues and making claims about the SKIMS founder in the media.
She has reportedly distanced herself from the rapper and ‘isn’t answering Kanye’s calls,’ according to TMZ.
West and Kardashian share four children: North, nine, Saint, six, Chicago, four, and Psalm, three. West previously stated that his ex-wife ‘basically 80 percent of the time, raise[s] those children.’
The reality superstar filed for divorce in February 2021 just before what would have been the pair’s seventh wedding anniversary.