Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Marriage NOT “Finally Over,” Despite Report
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are NOT “finally over,” despite a new tabloid cover story. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the report, which comes from an outlet that has been wrongly claiming the couple is divorcing for nearly two years now.
We’re talking about In Touch, which blares “Finally Over” and “Divorce and Betrayal” on the cover of its new issue, which hit newsstands on Wednesday. The accompanying story states that Kardashian and West’s “marriage is over — and now their bodyguard is exposing their secrets.” But the “bodyguard” in question is Steve Stanulis, whose lies have already been exposed.
Stanulis worked for Kardashian and West only on two separate occasions, as temporary extra hired muscle for special events. He was not privy to the couple’s relationship over an extended time, and West’s camp has already denied that he was an employee that was “fired,” as he had sensationally and wrongly claimed. But In Touch doesn’t care about accuracy, and saw fit to plaster this guy’s photo on its cover in an attempt to give him undeserving credibility.
Aside from that, the magazine claims Kardashian and West’s “marriage is finally over after a constant stream of faking happiness.” A so-called “insider” is quoted as saying, “Kim has consulted with divorce lawyers and is close to having papers drawn up.” This is untrue, however, and something that Gossip Cop has already busted.
Frankly, In Touch has a lot of nerve accusing Kardashian and West of “faking” things when that’s exactly what the gossip rag has been doing with each of these cover stories. The stars’ marriage was not “over after 58 days,” as the outlet falsely claimed on a cover in July 2014, and it’s still not over now. But Gossip Cop is sure over these fabrications. A rep for Kardashian exclusively confirms to us this latest “divorce” report is patently “not true.”