Kanye West Just Publicly Apologised To Kim

"I need this person to be least stressed and the best sound mind and as calm as possible"

Kanye West Interviews Wife Kim Kardashian West for Vogue Arabia

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are still in the middle of a pretty messy divorce. Filing in February of this year, both Kim and Kanye have had some pretty public relationships in the meantime, both of which crashed and burned. Now, it looks like Kanye is offering an olive branch.

As we remember, Kanye was far from supportive when it came to Kim’s relationship with comedian Pete Davidson earlier this year. He made digs on social media at both Kim and Pete, and also extended the bashing to some of Kim’s family members too, including momager Kris.

With hindsight on his side now (and the relief that the romance is over too, let’s be real) Kanye has offered a public apology to his ex-wife for any ‘stress’ his actions might have caused her.

Appearing on Thursday’s Good Morning America he said:

“This is the mother of my children and I apologise for any stress that I have caused, even in my frustration because God calls me to be stronger”

“But also, ain’t nobody else going to be causing no stress either. I need this person to be least stressed and the best sound mind and as calm as possible to be able to raise those children”

A number of weeks ago Kanye shared screenshots of conversations between himself and Kim disagreeing on where they should send their children to school. Kanye wants them to attend his private school ‘Donda Academy’, while Kim doesn’t seem too keen on the idea. Working on their co-parenting, Kanye says that sometimes he feels like he needs to scream to be heard.

“That hurts you when you have to like scream about what your kids are wearing and little nuances where there was a parallel to what was happening at Gap, what was happening at Adidas, and what was happening in my home.” Here, Kanye is referencing his recent contract termination with fashion brand Gap.

“I want my kids to go to Donda and I have to fight for (it)”

“It was all kind of a disregard for the voice of something that I co-created. I co-created the children. I co-created the product at Adidas. Then, co-created the product at Gap and there is a parallel and the parallel does touch on discrimination.”