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Kim Kardashian & Kanye West

Kim Kardashian & Kanye West 'Focused' On Justice, 'Using Their Platforms For Good'

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By Alyssa McCraw

WARNING: Graphic images are used in this article.

Any rumored fuss between Kim Kardashian and Kanye West is said to be over.

Kardashian, 39, and West, 42, were reported to have hit the rocks a bit during their coronavirus quarantine. They visited their second home in Wyoming ahead of the pandemic, but allegedly grew annoyed with each other after returning to California. They've since moved past their differences and are fully committed to the fight for justice.

In mid-May, a source told HollywoodLife that Kardashian and West had been "disagreeing more than usual."

“They’ve been trying to take some space from each other, but it’s been really difficult."

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Quarantine Said To Have Been 'Really Hard'

"The quarantine has actually been really hard spending so much time in close quarters with all of the kids,” the source said last month.

Kardashian and West share four children: daughter North West (6), son Saint West (4), daughter Chicago West (2), and son Psalm West (13 months).

The insider believed that mom was more stressed than dad. As they put it, “Kim is dealing with a lot of stress between the kids and balancing her [law] studies, KKW Beauty and SKIMS brands. — The quarantine has just added to the stress."

Kim & Kanye Are Ignoring The Rumors, Focused On What Really Matters

Kanye West & Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian-West | Instagram

On Friday, the outlet reported that “Kim and Kanye are doing great."

This latest informant claims that the rumors were never true anyway.

“The rumors that they’re having issues right now do not bother them. They’re paying no attention to anything but what’s happening in our world right now.”

The aspiring attorney and the rapper have shown much solidarity in the wake of George Floyd's death. TMZ reported on Thursday that West had made a $2 million donation to aid the legal costs and families of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, all of whom were killed in acts of racially-charged police brutality.

West is also fully funding future college expenses for George Floyd's 6-year-old daughter Gianna.

'Using Their Platforms' To Help 'Educate Others'

Kim Kardashian speaking at The White House
Gettyimages | Alex Wong

The earlier insider said that “Kim is very supportive and proud that Kanye set up this college fund for George’s [Floyd’s] daughter."

"He had been thinking of the best way to help the situation and came up with this which is why he did it when he did."

They said Kardashian and West are "focused during this time on using their platforms for good," and that they're "doing their best to educate others on what’s happening."

"They’re both very passionate about it and thinking of ways to help," HollywoodLife wrote yesterday.

Kim's Trying To Help The Hurt Protestors

Kim Kardashian on a panel for her "The Justice Project" special
Gettyimages | David Livingston

WARNING: Graphic image is below.

Kardashian posted a lengthy statement on May 30th in response to George Floyd's unjust death. She's since been using her social media savvy to track down people who have been victims of police brutality amidst the protests.

Earlier this week (via Twitter), Kardashian responded to a photo of a teenaged girl who had been shot in the head with a rubber bullet.

“This is heartbreaking and so disturbing,” the beauty mogul wrote. "Does anyone know how I can get in contact with her? I would love to help her with her medical care if she needs it.”

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