Well, we are now hearing more details of their breakup!
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She said WHAT?!
In the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine, hitting stands July 3, Kim Kardashian spills the beans on practically everything…
Including the 1994 murder trial of O.J. Simpson where he was accused of killing wife Nicole Brown.
In case you didn't know, the reality TV star's late father Robert Kardashian defended the athlete which caused major friction in her family.
The 34-year-old reveals to Vanessa Grigoriadis that she lived with her Dad at the time of the controversy, and the football player once moved into Khloe Kardashian's bedroom!
She said of the chaotic scene:
"It was surreal, with Johnnie Cochran and Robert Shapiro and all these guys having meetings at my dad's house."
The famous selfie-taker confesses that, at the time, she believed Simpson.
"I definitely took my dad's side… We just always thought my dad was the smartest person in the world, and he really believed in his friend."
How does she feel now?
After pranking the pair earlier this month, the comedienne got tangled up Kim and Kanye once again when she revealed her dream date scenarios.
When the actress was asked what she'd do with Kanye given the chance, she got very candid and… explicit.
Amy plainly revealed:
Kanye West headlined the Glastonbury Festival on Saturday night, and there was so much trolling it seemed like Kanye VS the entire United Kingdom!
So let's just say it was.
Come with us as we give you the play-by-play of every moment of heckling, bravado, and shade to find out if Kanye conquered or got totally Union Jacked!
First, there was the…
Who's the greatest rocker in all the land?!
Apparently that's the big ticket question these days!
Over the weekend, Kanye West performed at the Glastonbury Festival in England, and he was able to upset some more people. This time it wasn't fans or paparazzi, but rather Pete Townshend and Roger Daltry from the Hall of Fame rock and roll band The Who!
Apparently during his set, Kanye said:
"I'm going to say this tonight because 20 years from now, 30 years from now, 40 years from now, I might not be able to say it, but I can say it tonight….You are now watching the greatest living rock star on the planet."
We don't doubt West believes this, but that's not to say that rock and roll stars who've been around since the ‘60s won't disagree!
Luckily, when it was Townshend's turn to respond to what Kanye had said, someone took a video and posted his response to Twitter (below):
Say it ain't so!
Though that might not seem controversial — the fan in fact printed a still from Kimmy's INFAMOUS sex tape onto the flag. In the words of Stephanie Tanner, how rude.
Don't believe us?!
Fans took to Twitter to share snaps (below) of the controversial flag from the famous festival.
He's gonna let you finish, Kanye.
Only this time… Kanye was on the receiving end of the stage crashing!
Apparently, British comedian Simon Brodkin jumped on stage to heckle Yeezus during Black Skinhead and was immediately escorted off stage.
But the best part of the T-Swift revenge is that Simon is famous for playing a character named Lee Nelson and wore a 'Lee-Zus' shirt just to poke even more fun at 'Ye.
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious moment (below)!!!
Kanye, don't be so hard on yourself!
Kanye West had quite a bit to say in a recent interview with Q Magazine, and it's definitely showing his softer side.
One surprising bit of info is that he blames himself for his mother Donda West's death. Kanye's always had a strong determination to be successful, but he believes some of his decisions, mainly moving to California, ultimately lead to his mother dying. He said of the decision:
"If I had never moved to LA she'd be alive. I don't want to go far into it because it will bring me to tears."
Donda ended up dying in 2007 due to complications from cosmetic surgery that took place in LA.
We think Yeezy is being way too hard on himself and we just hope he can forgive and find peace one day.