The source said, “He’s really been a great partner and has been there for her through all of this. It’s been a very stressful time dealing with Kanye and coordinating the kids with him.”
The source added that Kim felt very proud of the Saturday Night Live host for sanding his ground after the controversial text messages between him and the rapper went public.
According to the insider, “She’s really thankful Pete is extremely understanding and chill, and is very happy he is sticking up for himself. She thinks it’s complete nonsense how Kanye is acting, and enough is enough. She’s so happy Pete spoke out [and] hopes Kanye can now move on.”
Pete’s friend, Dave Sirus, shared a “message” from the comedian, on March 13. The post, which was already deleted, contained a series of messages between Pete and Ye. A source close to the Donda artist confirmed that the texts were authentic.
One of Pete’s messages read, “I’ve decided that I’m not gonna let you treat us this way anymore and I’m done being quiet. Grow the f—k up.” He also defended Kim whom he referred to as “literally the best mother” he’s ever met.
He also pleaded to Kanye in a different text message, saying, “What you are doing to your family is dangerous and going to scar them for life. Please handle these matters privately bro I beg you.”
Meanwhile, Ye took to Instagram on March 14 and shared a photo of their daughter North’s backpack with enamel pins of the rapper, Kim, and an alien. He captioned it, “This was on my daughters back pack when I was ‘allowed’ to see her last week.”
Kim commented, “Please stop with this narrative, you were just here this morning picking up the kids for school.”
Ye and Kim share four children together: North, 8; Saint, 6; Chicago, 4; and Psalm, 2. Kim filed for divorce in February 2021 and became legally single on March 2.
Kim and Pete went Instagram official with their relationship last week.