Kim Kardashian still has Chelsea Clinton’s unwavering support.
During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Hillary Clinton revealed that she has removed all of Kanye West’s music from her jogging playlist. West is the estranged husband of Kim Kardashian.
“I’ve reached the point where I can no longer keep Kanye in my life because I just can’t. It is reprehensible to me that he has treated Kim Kardashian the way that he has, not to mention the way that he has talked about women “Clinton, who is a devoted runner, made this statement. “That was some of my favorite songs to listen to when I ran. In addition to that, I have removed it from my collection of music.”
Since February 2021, West and Kardashian have been embroiled in a highly publicized divorce proceeding. Over the past year, the pair has been involved in a series of high-profile disagreements, most of which can be traced back to West’s refusal to get a divorce.
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After the news of Kardashian and West’s split became public, West made a series of mostly subtle digs at Kardashian. However, things began to heat up after the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star began dating Pete Davidson in October 2021, shortly after she hosted an episode of “Saturday Night Live.” West’s comments became more overt at that time. Kardashian claims that West left the room when she was in the middle of delivering her speech.
After dating for nine months, Kardashian and Davidson decided to end their relationship. And since then, West has resumed his presence on Instagram. West uploaded a fake front page of the New York Times on his Instagram account, which read, “SKETE DAVIDSON DEAD AT AGE 28.” West has now deleted the image. West has given Davidson the nickname “Skete” himself.
A new documentary series called “Gutsy” will star Chelsea Clinton and her mother, Hillary Clinton, who served as the first lady of the United States.
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The mother and daughter duo recently gave an interview to Entertainment Weekly in which they discussed the upcoming series for Apple TV+. The series is based on the book written by Hillary and Chelsea Clinton titled “The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience,” and it features women from a variety of fields who inspire the Clintons.
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During the interview, Chelsea expressed her admiration for Kardashian’s efforts to improve the legal system.
She remarked, “I have always respected Kim’s commitment to working toward reform in the criminal justice system.”
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“I was aware that she had completed her legal education. I was aware that she had an unwavering dedication to addressing these concerns and supporting the efforts of incarcerated individuals to have their sentences reduced or to have their sentences entirely commuted. But to hear her talk about how this is such a significant part of her identity, how she thinks about her role as a celebrity, how thoughtful she is about where her celebrity can help and where it may be harmful… I was just really impressed by how important this is to her, not only in terms of how important it is to her personally but also in terms of how important it is to her definition of who she is.”
Glennon Doyle, Dr. Jane Goodall, Mariska Hargitay, Goldie Hawn, Kate Hudson, Megan Thee Stallion, Amber Ruffin, Amy Schumer, Gloria Steinem, Wanda Sykes, Symone (Reggie Gavin), Abby Wambach, and Natalie Wynn are some of the women featured in the nine-part series (ContraPoints).
The trailer for the series was posted by the streaming service on Tuesday, and the premiere of the show will take place on September 9.
The former first lady admitted to the newspaper that she was apprehensive. “I was nervous.” “For me, appearing in front of the camera for this particular series was something of a leap of faith. It was outside of my usual routine and routines. But engaging in it with Chelsea was not only fun but also a wonderful opportunity for the two of us to reconnect on topics that we have discussed since Chelsea was a tiny girl. I wasn’t alone, and neither was she. We had each other. We faced it collectively as a team.”