Kanye West has apologised to Kim Kardashian for causing her “stress” after their split.

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West spoke of his co-parenting struggles in an interview with Linsey Davis on the Good Morning America show.

The rapper said having a voice in his post-divorce relationship with Kardashian was something he fought for.

He talked about his time locking horns with Kardashian about what kind of clothes their children could wear.

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Admitting his struggles, Kanye West apologised for what he described as “the stress” he has caused his ex-wife.

“This is the mother of my children and I apologise for any stress that I have caused even in my frustration. I need this person to be less stressed, calm, and in a state of mind to be able to raise those children,” the rapper said.

“I have a voice [in the co-parenting] but I had to fight for it. That hurts you when you have to scream about what your kids are wearing. I want my kids to go to Donda [Academy] and I have to fight for a say.”

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In July 2020, during his presidential campaign rally, West revealed that he had previously considered abortion during Kardashian’s first pregnancy but has since taken anti-abortion views.

He made the comment and acknowledged the possibility of Kardashian ending their marriage because of it.

Later that month, West wrote that he had been attempting to divorce Kardashian.

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He would also tweet that the Kardashian family was attempting to lock him up.

In January 2021, the couple was already discussing divorce, something Kardashian filed the following month.

In April 2021, West and Kardashian cited “irreconcilable differences” as the cause of their divorce.

They both agreed to joint custody of their four children. They also agreed that they didn’t need spousal support.

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On several occasions in 2021, West stated that he would rather stay with Kardashian than getting divorced.

In their well-reported divorce strife, Kardashian would later be declared legally single on March 2, 2022.



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