Twitter reacts to Kanye paying $200,000/month in child support

$200,000…ONE MONTH??

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After months of seemingly endless shenanigans, Kim Kardashian42, and you45 have finalized their divorce agreement, signaling the end of their once intriguing celebrity union.

According to divorce documents obtained by PEOPLEthe deposed couple will have joint physical and legal custody of their four children: North9, Holy6, Chicago4 and Psalm3.

You’ll have to pay Kardashian $200,000 a month in child support and half of the children’s medical, educational and security expenses. Both parties waived child support.

The exes have also agreed to settle disputes about their children through mediation. If one of the parties does not participate, the other is allowed to make the decision in a dispute by default.

At this stage, it is very it’s unlikely they’ll ever see eye-to-eye on North using TikTok — a sensitive topic for Ye — but we’re interested to see how they compromise.

The couple’s assets, which include their property, will be divided according to their marriage contract.

Kim and the rapper (or whatever it is now) formerly known as Kanye started dating in 2012 and got married in May 2014. You may recall the marriage slowly falling apart when of his controversial presidential bid where he sobbed over personal details about their family during the campaign. track and on Twitter.

Kardashian slapped West with divorce papers in February 2021 after nearly seven years of marriage. Later that year, she asked to be declared legally celibate, to separate child custody/property issues from her marital status, and to have her maiden name restored.

While Ye has been denying the divorce for what seemed like an eternity, which clearly dragged out the process, it looks like he’s finally cracked and accepted reality.

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