Recently, Kim Kardashian appeared on the Angie Martinez IRL podcast. She talked about many things in her life including co-parenting with Kanye West. The reality star reflected on her experience saying, “No matter what is happening in the world, I have to have that smile on my face.”
Kim shares four kids with the rapper and her ex-husband. She shared that she tries her best to protect her kids from the noise of the world about their dad. The Skims founder revealed that her kids do not know about anything that goes down in the outside world.
She also shared that she would protect her kids for as long as she can. But Kim soon broke down in tears when she talked about co-parenting with Kanye. She shared that it’s really hard. Kim said, “It’s hard. S**t like co-parenting, it’s really f**king hard.”
Ever since the interview aired, internet users are praising Kim. They are saying this is the epitome of class where she knows she can say a lot of things but chooses not to. If you are active on social media, then it must be not surprising to know the many controversies Kanye has been in.
Kim revealed that she has restricted the kids in that way so they do not know about any of Kanye’s actions. The makeup mogul won hearts when she talked about that in the interview. Many users on the Internet claim that Kim is a good mother.
Others also praised her for being “level-headed” and thinking about the best for her children. People were also appreciating Kim for not talking badly about West who has given her every reason to do so. Even users who are not fans of The Kardashians have revealed that they have huge respect for the mother of four.
“They are not ready to deal with it…”
Kim also shed light on her dynamic with Kanye and how it’s been impacting Kanye’s relationship with their kids. She talked about having the best dad growing up and having the best memories. The reality star said that is all she also wishes for her kids.
She also revealed avoiding any “bad energy” to the kids. Kim shared, “So, if they don’t know things that are being said, or what’s happening in the world, why would I ever bring that energy to them? That’s real heavy, heavy grown-up sh*t. And they’re not ready to deal with it, and when they are, we’ll have those conversations.”