Kanye West has begged for Kim Kardashian’s forgiveness on Twitter, apologising for ‘going public’ with their private life.
The Yeezus rapper, 43, made headlines earlier this month when he claimed they were planning to abort eldest daughter North, while breaking down in tears at his first Presidential rally in South Carolina.
He later took aim at the mum-of-four and her family in a now-deleted Twitter tirade, claiming that he wanted to divorce her after she allegedly met with Meek Mill at the Waldorf Hotel.
As well as this, he branded mother-in-law Kris Jenner a white supremacist.
However, taking to Twitter once more, Ye has now apologised for his behaviour, and thanked the 39-year-old for sticking by him.
‘I would like to apologise to my wife Kim for going public with something that was a private matter,’ he penned.
‘I did not cover her like she has covered me.
‘To Kim I want to say I know I hurt you. Please forgive me. Thank you for always being there for me.’
Kanye made headlines earlier this month after announcing he was running for President of the US in the upcoming 2020 election.
Appearing at his first rally, he later broke down in tears while discussing abortion, claiming himself and Kim considered aborting their eldest daughter, North.
Discussing Planned Parenthood and abortion with the crowd, he alleged they considered not going ahead with the pregnancy when the reality TV star was expecting North, now seven, in 2012.
‘My mum saved my life. My Dad wanted to abort me… My mum saved my life, there would have been no Kanye West because my dad was too busy,’ he told the audience, becoming visibly emotional.
‘I almost killed my daughter.’ In a string of worrying tweets shared after his appearance, Ye also claimed that Kim was ‘out of line’ when she met rapper Meek Mill at the Waldorf Hotel to discuss prison reform – and said he had been trying to divorce her ever since.
Kim later broke her silence over his posts, acknowledging that Kanye is having a bi-polar episode in a lengthy statement on social media.