Aug 01, 2020
Kim Kardashian’s ex-BFF Larsa Pippen defends her after Kanye West said he ‘cried at the thought of aborting’ daughter
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LARSA Pippen stood up for her ex-friend Kim Kardashian after her husband Kanye West revealed his thoughts on abortions.
The jewelry-line owner took to Twitter recently to hit back at the rapper after he made his stance on abortions known.8Larsa twook to Twitter to hit back at Kanye's abortion statementCredit: Twitter
She wrote: "If you don’t have a uterus, you shouldn’t have a say."
People were all about Larsa's tweet, as some took to the comments section to respond.
One person wrote: "Take that Kanye!"
Another added: "Snap right back at ya Kayne."8Kanye turned heads after he revealed that he "cried at the thought of aborting" daughter NorthCredit: Twitter
Larsa's comment comes after Kanye tweeted, "I cried at the thought of aborting my firstborn and everyone was so concerned about me."
He added: "I’m concerned for the world that feels you shouldn’t cry about this subject."
The hitmakers would later tweet: "Over 22,500,000 black babies have been aborted over the past 50 years."8Kanye also called out those who don't feel emotional at the thought of abortionCredit: 2020
Larsa, 46, standing up for the reality TV star may come as a surprise for most as the duo aren't exactly friends anymore.
The Keep Up With the Kardashians star recently unfollowed on Instagram, as sisters Khloe and Kourtney, and Kendall and Kylie Jenner also did the same.8Larsa's comment comes amid her broken friendship with KimCredit: Refer to Caption
The famous family have not given an explanation for the unfollow, but it occurred around the time that Kanye mentioned Larsa on Twitter by simply tweeting her name and a thinking face emoji.
While Kanye, 43, deleted the tweet, Larsa did respond to it on Instagram and said, "I Woke up this morning blessed and see that everybody is focused on who I am following and who I am not following on social media.8The duo had a falling out recently with the exact reason unknownCredit: Getty - Contributor
"I am focused on my children, my new fitness brand Larsapippenfitness, and my relationships in real life.
”Praying that everybody finds peace in their own lives and focus on what brings THEM happiness.”8While Larsa hit back at Kanye, Kim has been dealing with her marriage to the rapper
Meanwhile, Kim is focused on her rocky marriage to Kanye, who has been on a downward spiral since his first presidential rally in South Carolina where he also touched on abortion and revealed that he and his wife considered aborting their first child, North, before changing their mind.
In the speech he said “did not want to” have the child, and Kim was ready to end the pregnancy and “had the pills in her hand.”8The married couple share four kids 8Kim is said to feel "trapped" in her marriageCredit: Oxygen Media When Did Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Get Married?
The ultra-famous started dating in April 2012, six months after she split from NBA player Kris Humphries.
The pair would have their first child, North, almost a year later before tying the knot in May 2014. The duo would say their I dos at Fort di Belvedere in Florence, Italy. Stars like John Legend and wife Chrissy Teigen, tennis superstar Serena Williams and NBA ace Carmelo Anthony attended the celebration.
Today, the couple share four kids, including daughter Chicago, and sons Saint and Psalm.
The Grammy winner claimed a message from God had him calling his then-girlfriend back up and telling her: “We’re going to have this child.”
Kanye then began sobbing and yelled, "I almost killed my daughter!”
The famous married pair, who share four kids: daughters North, 7, Chicago, 2, and sons Saint, 4, and Psalm, 1, have struggled since then.
According to People, Kim feels "trapped."
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"She loves Kanye and she thinks of him as the love of her life. But she doesn't know what to do.
"Kim was thinking that they need to be apart."
The insider added: "She knows that it's not healthy for her to be around him now, and it's honestly not healthy for the kids.
"He needs to get his stuff together before he can be any sort of partner or father."
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Kanye Wests bizarre presidential campaign seems little more than a Republican sabotage schemeThis feels like a pro wrestling subplot more than anything else.
Most of us have never wasted a moment of our lives worrying about what Kanye West might be thinking, and are not about to start now. Suffice it to say West announced at one point he was running for president, is making few if any serious attempts to follow up on that announcement, and we'll leave it at that.
What does exist of an actual West campaign, however, seems to be near-entirely a Republican ratfucking operation. The New York Times has a story on just who's "helping" West, and there doesn't seem to be any Republican effort to hide that it's a scheme to siphon votes away from, in their estimation, Joe Biden.
There's Mark Jacoby, who dodged prison time on voter fraud charges as a California Republican with a misdemeanor plea bargain.
There's Gregg Keller, ex-head of the American Conservative Union. Because nothing screams "American Conservative Union material" like, um, Kanye West.
There's the Vermont Republican Party delegate Chuck Wilton, husband of a Trump USDA appointee.
There's Republican National Committee Wisconsin recount lawyer Lane Ruhland, "dropping off ballot signatures" for West in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin case is a bit special in that it's a legitimate swing state and ...x
Per GOP source, Wisconsin Republicans are hoping @kanyewest will receive as many votes as Libertarian Gary Johnson did in 2016 -- about 107,000.— Patrick Marley (@patrickdmarley) August 5, 2020
Republicans aren't just hoping, mind you, but running a campaign almost (?) out from under West himself. None of the people the Times identified as West-allied were eager to talk about their work "for" West, and it's not entirely clear whether West himself is paying them or, for that matter, even knows of them.
No, it isn't normal for a campaign's key supporters to flee the press when the press asks who they're working for. That usually defeats the purpose of being a campaign supporter.
So it is not clear what Kanye West intended in his out-of-nowhere campaign announcement, which seems to put his own shameless self-promotion in conflict with his shameless support of Trump. (Side note: Don't care.) But Republicans, and even Trump himself, seem quite confident that it's a move against Joe Biden, not against Donald Trump.x
That shouldnÃ¢ÂÂt be hard. Corrupt Joe has done nothing good for Black people! https://t.co/R4r0svuT4u— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 11, 2020
Now, there's an assumption here that seems logical to Trump and Extremely White Republicans that I am not sure is on the square, which is that Kanye West, being a Famous Black Person, will of course get the votes of Democratic-leaning Black Americans, a group that overwhelmingly backed Joe Biden in the primaries and, according to polls, collectively would not put Donald Trump out if he were on fire.
This seems, at the least, a rather cynical view. And if there is one group of political hacks in America that has been egregiously bad at estimating What Black Americans Want, it would be Donald Trump's circle of crackpot supporters. So … yeah.
With that, hopefully we can go back to our site policy of ignoring everything even vaguely related to, sigh, Kanye West. But not quite, because with this particular group of Republican operatives involved, it seems like this is somehow going to end up with someone being indicted, eventually. Call it a hunch.