Kim Kardashian “Wouldn’t Leave” Kanye West

Kim Kardashian “Wouldn’t Leave” Kanye West

Just as everyone expected, Kanye West dishes out on his new highly anticipated album, “YE.” People were eager to see what the new album would reveal, since he has recently stirred up controversy with the comments he made publicly. People were also stunned by his twitter exchange with President Trump and his open support for the president. He debuted his new album at a listening party with family, friends and the media in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and live-streamed it around the world.

Further controversy surrounded a comment he made about how “slavery was a choice” and on the album he explains how it reflected on his marriage. It appears that Kim Kardashian was as stunned as most of the world was, as West says she called him, screaming with panic. She thought his career would be over due to his comment, and that his reputation would be tarnished for good.

The lyric reference says: “Wife calling screaming saying we’re about to lose it all/I had to calm her down ‘cos she couldn’t breathe/I told her she could leave me now – Wouldn’t Leave.

That is love in all its glory, as West reveals she refused to leave him and wants to stand by him. She was “trying to be a supportive wife…. but it is hard,” a source reveals about Kardashian’s reaction to Kanye’s comments.

Although he says in the song that she wouldn’t leave him, do you think Kim would ever let Kanye go? 46% of people think she will be saying goodbye soon, while 54% of people think they’re in it forever. Read the full story on Cosmopolitan here.

Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!

On his new album, Kanye West referenced his controversial remarks about slavery, saying that he gave a panicked Kim the opportunity to leave him. Could Kim be leaving him?

Zip users in 144 cities and 40 states weighed in on this question.

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