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Kanye West shocks fans with bizarre post comparing Queen's death to his divorce from Kim Kardashian

Kanye West continued to dwell over his ex-wife Kim Kardashian in a weird Instagram story on Sunday, offering UK sympathies after losing his own 'Queen'
UPDATED SEP 26, 2022
On September 25, Kanye West resorted to Instagram stories to tell London that he 'knows how they feel' (IMDb)
On September 25, Kanye West resorted to Instagram stories to tell London that he 'knows how they feel' (IMDb)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Kanye West's followers believe he linked his divorce from ex-wife Kim Kardashian to the death of Queen Elizabeth II. With a cryptic text graphic released on his Instagram stories on Sunday, the rapper implied that he is still not over his ex.

On September 25, the rapper resorted to Instagram stories to tell London that he "knows how they feel." The 'Gold Digger' singer remarked while uploading white text over a black background, "London I know how you feel I lost my Queen too." In the aftermath of Queen Elizabeth II's death, the hitmaker sent his sympathies to the United Kingdom, referring to Kim as his own "queen." His newest remark addressing his ex-wife comes after Kim attended Milan Fashion Week for her collaboration show with Dolce & Gabbana.


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Kanye's cryptic post on Sunday and Kanye with Kim in 'KUWTK'  (Instagram/kanyewest/YouTube/KeepingUpWithTheKardashians)
Kanye's cryptic Instagram post on Sunday and Kanye with Kim in 'KUWTK' (Instagram/kanyewest/YouTube/KeepingUpWithTheKardashians)

Although Kanye's Instagram profile is now blank, he has recently been flooding his Instagram stories with posts. On Sunday, he topped off the onslaught with one that appeared to be inspired by the Queen's mourning. He was apparently referring to his ex-wife Kim Kardashian, who has been the subject of his obsessive and harassing posts in recent months due to their prolonged divorce processes, despite the fact that both have been deemed legally single. Kim was certainly on the rapper's mind earlier this week when he uploaded a photo of her wearing a glittering silver bustier-style top and equally shimmering floral-print leggings. Earlier on Sunday, he uploaded many additional seemingly unrelated images of apparel items, as well as shots of Travis Scott and his daughter North West, with no explanation or rationale.

Fans immediately argued about how much the circumstances could be compared. One person on Twitter criticized the possible resemblance, writing, "Kanye's queen didn't symbolize and endorse a colonial empire." A second user blasted the post, saying, "Kanye is just so off the spectrum in terms of how mentally ill he is." A third added, "God, please don’t let this be a bar on an upcoming album…"




Others, however, feel the post was referring to his mother, Donda, rather than the SKIMS founder. Donda died in 2007 at the age of 58 and was the inspiration for Kanye's most recent album, which he titled after her. To prove their point, one user posted a photo of Ye and his mother beside his Instagram post. Another user confirmed this by adding, "It’s so funny people thinking Ye is talking about Kim people are so damn slow Kim is not gone he’s talking about his mother Donda West #KanyeWest." Some, however, were perplexed by his cryptic message, with one wondering, "I mean…he could very well be talking about Donda."



The image was posted less than a day after Kanye, who is now known as Ye officially, had shared a picture of his ex, with whom he broke up in February 2021. The marriage has faced a difficult time recently, particularly during Kim's nine-month relationship, during which time Kanye continued to disparage the comic, Pete Davidson.

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