Now that the divorce and custody agreement between Kanye West and Kim Kardashian is finalized, fans are comparing Ye’s $2.4 million in child support to the lyrics of his 2005 song “Gold Digger” with Jamie Foxx . TMZ reported on Tuesday that the former couple finalized their divorce and Yeh was ordered to pay his ex-wife Kim Kardashian $200,000 a month to support their four children, Saint, Psalm, Chicago and North. Since then, the rapper and producer’s controversial lyrics have been the subject of countless tweets and memes.
The rapper wrote a Gold Digger song and ended up paying $200,000 a month in child support. “My grandma always said he cared about what you said his whole life,” one Twitter user commented. Others argued that Ye’s high child support bill did not show that Kim Kardashian was a gold digger. One user said the fact that Kanye West is wealthy shouldn’t be an excuse for him not paying child support. What does that have to do with her being a gold digger? Is it reasonable that she should take care of the child alone if she has money? ? ?
After Paying Kim Kardashian $200,000 A Month In Child Support, Kanye Fans Think He Planned For Life With ‘Gold Diggers’
It’s official now. The Kimye era is over. Kane West, better known as Yeh, and Kim Kardashian finalized their divorce this month. West agreed to pay $200,000 a month in child support. Kardashian and West have a long history. Their decade-long romance has been by turns sweet, cringe-worthy, and by turns turbulent. One of the most memorable romances in history, though it didn’t last long. Now that the divorce settlement between Kanye West and Kim Kardashian is finalized, fans are comparing Ye’s $2.4 million in child support a year to the lyrics of his 2005 song “Gold Digger” with Jamie Foxx.
Kanye wrote Gold Digger and ended up paying $200,000 a month in child support. My grandma always said he was careful what you say in your life
— 妮 💕 (@slimmxnee) November 30, 2022
TMZ reported on Tuesday (Nov. 29) that Ye and Kardashian have finally finalized their divorce, with a judge ordering Kanye to pay $200,000 a month in child support for their four children, Saint, Psalm, Chicago and North. Since then, social media has been flooded with tweets and memes about the controversial rapper-producer lyrically expressing the end of his life. There was a prophecy behind Kanye’s song “Gold Digger” that he might be the chosen one, one user posted several laughing and crying emojis. According to others, Kim Kardashian is not a gold digger based on Yeh’s high alimony. In Kim Kardashian’s defense, another posted that calling her a gold digger when she’s richer than Kanye is madness. In addition to child support, Kanye also has to pay half of the children’s school fees and half of their security. Their children are in shared custody. Kanye West reportedly heeds his ‘Gold Digger’ lyrics on prenuptial agreements Kim isn’t entitled to child support.
Fan reaction on Twitter
I don’t understand why Kanye West shouldn’t pay child support just because she has money? How does that make her a gold digger? Why does she have to bear the financial burden of raising children on her own when she has money? ? ?
— THE SKABA mad at me (@Cindyswa_M) November 30, 2022
Sooo Kanye’s song “Gold digger” is actually a prophecy…
Maybe he’s the chosen one 🤣🤣🤣🤣
— Capital🍋 (@PotentKace_) November 30, 2022
Calling Kim a gold digger when she’s richer than Kanye is crazy for me https://t.co/08qqbjDKV3
— No (@thelovesickgirl) November 30, 2022
Ironically, Kanye wrote a song called Gold Digger and now he’s paying high child support
– Christmas! (@royal_flush2482) November 30, 2022
I’m sorry, but seeing articles about Kim and Kanye’s divorce settlement and everyone quoting gold diggers made me scream LMFAOOOOOO! ! ! !
-♡Anna Lisa♡ (@mxmadragun) November 30, 2022
Kanye West literally sang Gold Digger just to end this 😂😂
— Rommy (@rommy_idgaff) November 30, 2022
“The Gold Digger” should teach you how powerful your tongue is. Kanye showed the same woman he portrayed in this song 🥴
— Diva (@Addictive_DIVA) November 30, 2022