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Kanye West admits estranged wife Kim Kardashian is still in love with him in ‘Donda’ Listening Party

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian were married for seven years and they just recently divorced eight months ago. But the fans of this ship are not yet losing hope as there might still be some chances left for reconciliation!

Kanye literally said in his album ‘Donda’ that Kim is still in love with him! West last month faked everyone out by announcing the project would drop on July 23; yet, it never came out on streaming platforms, and the only people who got to experience Donda fully were those who tuned in for its Apple Music listening party the night before. Many Kanye stans were unsurprised as Kanye is infamous for not delivering on release dates. Donda, in fact, was supposed to drop in 2020.

The new album, which *still* not been released and doesn’t have an official new drop date.

But this isn’t gonna stop the rapper from promoting it. On August 5, he hosted another listening party for the project in Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium, which has also served as his crash pad for the last week or so. As with the first function — where he performed a few songs seemingly about Kardashian and their kids —, he also shared some never-before-heard ~musings~ about his ex-wife, according to Daily Mail.

However, fans absolutely lost it when Kanye said “Time and space is a luxury,” he reflected in front of the crowd. “But you came here to show that you’re still in love with me.”Kardashian in fact did show up for her ex-husband and she even tweeted a video with #DONDA.

But those lyrics aren’t all West shared during his latest listening party. Per Daily Mail, he reportedly sang other emotionally charged verses, such as “Feeling like you ain’t been happy for me lately, darling,” and “Whoa, but I guess it’s going different in a different direction lately / Tryna do the right thing with the freedom that you gave me.”

Well, it really seems like, Kim is the inspiration behind Kanye’s majority of work lately.

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