Kim Kardashian has opened up once again about her relationship with her ex-husband Kanye West.
The mother of four seemingly referenced her time with the rapper during a recent podcast, saying she learned that “you cannot help people that don’t want the help.”
After her divorce from West, Kardashian dated Pete Davidson for nine months before breaking up with him last August. She has now acknowledged that she is ready to date again but would take her time finding the right person.
Keep on reading to learn more.
Kim Kardashian Shares Lessons Learned From Her Time With Kanye West
During her appearance on the podcast “On Purpose with Jay Shetty,” Kardashian seemingly reflected on her relationship with her ex-husband, with whom she shares four children North West, 9; Saint West, 7; Chicago West, 5; and Psalm West.
The duo’s marriage faced multiple issues, in which West’s social media antics and unpredictable behavior played a part.
“Something I learned is that you cannot help people that don’t want the help,” the SKIMS founder said, per People magazine. “You can’t force your beliefs and project that on someone that thinks something different.”
Kardashian also seemingly pointed out that she doesn’t regret her time with the rapper, whom she finalized her divorce from in November 2021.
“Sometimes I feel like people think that if a relationship doesn’t work out that it’s a failure, but I don’t look at it like 15 years together, ten years. That’s not a failure. That is so beautiful,” she added.
She Dated Pete Davidson After Her Divorce
Following her divorce from West, Kardashian began an unlikely affair with comedian Pete Davidson.
Despite the difference in their worlds, the duo appeared to be in for the long haul, as they were spotted regularly packing the PDA and attending events together during their relationship. Davidson even got a couple of tattoos dedicated to the beauty mogul and her kids, further indicating his commitment.
However, news broke in August that the duo had ended their relationship, leaving fans shocked about what went wrong.
Both parties have since avoided discussing the reasons for the breakup, although it was alleged that their schedules played a part.
Since then, Kim hasn’t been seen dating anybody else, while Davidson has seemingly moved on with his “Bodies Bodies Bodies” costar Chase Sui Wonders.
Kim Kardashian On Dating Again
In her chat with Shetty, Kardashian said she is at peace with herself and has embraced her single life.
However, when she got asked by the podcaster if she was ready to be in love again, the mother of four answered in the affirmative, describing herself as a “hopeless romantic.”
“I think I’ll always be a hopeless romantic and always want to be in love, and [I] love sharing my life with someone and creating a life with someone,” she said.
Still, the beauty mogul is in no hurry to make it happen, as her “past mistakes” has helped her learn the importance of going slow on love matters.
“I definitely will take my time,” she said, adding that being a mother makes her mindful of the people that come into her life.
She added, “If I can look at everything I did wrong, try not to make the same mistakes, and take my time. I think it just has to be different for me.”
Kim Kardashian Doesn’t Want To Date An A-Lister
When Kim eventually finds a new beau, it will most likely not be an A-list celeb, as reports from two months ago shared that she wanted someone outside the Hollywood circle.
“Kim hasn’t been dating but is ready again,” an insider told People. “She took a breather after Pete [Davidson] but is interested now. She would love to date someone who isn’t famous in Hollywood. She thinks someone in finance would be perfect.”
It’s unclear if her decision is because she’s fed up with having failed relationships with A-listers. However, her desire for someone in finance aligns with her recent business moves.
She launched her venture capital firm, Skky Partners, sometime last year, joining the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Serena Williams as celebrities who own similar businesses in the private equity and venture capital industry.