Kim Kardashian is still Kanye West’s biggest fan.
Despite filing for divorce in February, the SKIMS founder is continuing to sing Ye’s praises.
The business mogul recently attended the rapper’s album listening party for “Donda” in Atlanta, Georgia last month.
Kim was accompanied by her four kids, North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm, along with younger sis, Khloe Kardashian.
Some BTS footage from the party showed Kim and Kanye being cordial while smiling chatting backstage. Also, as of Wednesday, August 11, it appears the rap star is back to following Kim on Instagram.
During the listening party, Kanye debuted a song that referenced the breakdown of their marriage.
Per Buzzfeed, according to spectators, the 44-year-old rapper fell to his knees and cried during his performance of the super-personal track, allegedly titled “Love Unconditionally.”
Kim recently appeared on Dax Shepard’s podcast, “Armchair Expert Umbrella,” where his wife, Kristen Bell interviewed the mother-of-four.
While discussing business, prison reform and life, Kim opened up about perception vs. reality.
“It (perception) used to bother me more, and now I’m just like focused on living my life and I don’t really care about perception,” the KKW beauty founder told Kristen.
“I think that comes with experience and age to where you just don’t care. But I think a lot of the experiences in life that I have had, like I used to care so much about so many more things in this business and in this life that I genuinely just don’t have the energy for,” she continued.
Kim went on to reveal the best message she learned from her soon-to-be ex-husband.
Back In The Day…
“I got to a point—and maybe being in a relationship with Kanye for a decade and someone that absolutely didn’t care about likeability factor or what any of perception of him was,” Kim said, “as long as he was true to himself, that taught me so much in the best way of just being me and living in the moment.”
“You don’t have to please everyone as long as I’m myself and as long as I’m doing it the way that I want to,” she continued. “Like, you have one life and you’re living it for you. That taught me to just be more confident in myself and truly not care as much of what other people thought.”