Kanye West makes public declaration for Kim Kardashian: 'I want us to be together'

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Kanye West has made a public declaration about his relationship with former wife Kim Kardashian, saying that he still wants them to be together. The Yeezy founder also made claims about their high profile divorce, saying that he has never seen actually the papers and that the pair are still married, despite Kim filing for divorce back in February of this year.

During a rare interview with Revolt TV's Drink Champs Kanye opened up about his divorce from his wife of six years. He began by referencing her recent hosting gig on Saturday Night Live, in which she joked about the split.

"SNL making my wife say 'I divorced him' on TV because they just wanted to get that bar off," he said, adding, "And I ain't never even see the papers, we not even divorced."

He added that the divorce was "no joke to me," and said that the pair's children, North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 3, "want their parents to stay together."

Kanye then went onto say that he believes the media doesn't want the pair to work out their problems, adding, "I want us to be together."

Kim filed for divorce back in February of this year and opened up about the split during the final season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Since then Kanye was briefly linked to model Irina Shayk, while rumours recently began surrounding Kim and comedian Pete Davidson, after the pair were seen holding hands following their performance on SNL.

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