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Kanye West Wrote A "Divorce Poem" About Kim Kardashian And Boy Oh Boy Is It Sad

Source - It's no secret Kanye West is down in the dumps about the end of his marriage to Kim Kardashian, but now he's put his pain into words ... and without lashing out at Pete Davidson.

Ye penned and posted "Divorce" ... a poem comparing the legal process to just about every bad experience you can imagine.

The Poem:

"Pat you can't write that!" "Pat that's a mean title!" I know, I know. I was hesitant to name the blog what I did, but the more I though about it, the more I was okay with it. The reason why is because I watched a DL Hughley interview the other day where he put the entire Kanye West/Kim K situation into perspective. Here is it...

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TL/DW…Kanye is basically stalking Kim. Think about it, the guy bought a house across the street from his wife a month after she divorced him. He's been harassing her social media, showing up to her home when she asked him not to, and publicly terrorizing her new boyfriend. The only reason he gets away with it is because he's Kanye West. So yeah, it's tough to feel bad for a billionaire who's down on himself for ruining his own marriage. Even if he does write a poem saying how tough divorce is…

"Divorce feels like full blown Covid … like your doctor don't know s**t … like your walking on glass … like you're running through a glass wall … like you're being bullied in a class hall…Divorce feels like the first play of the Super Bowl and your ankle rolls … feels like your kids were snatched from your control.

Michael Jackson said it best, You're a vegetable, You're a vegetable, You're the real Cosby, Not a Huxtable."

You know who divorce is tough for? The mother of five without a job whose husband left her without a paddle in the water. Or any of the normal, everyday, people who's relationships fall apart for reasons beyond their control. And if you don't want to feel bad for Kim that's fine, but understand that while it may be tabloid headlines for you, it's real life for her. Sorry for the semi-serious blog, but someone had to say it. No one feels bad for you, Ye. Pick yourself up by your bootstraps and move on. The time is now…

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