Kim Kardashian knows how to appeal to her audience, even those who love to hate the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star. And so while her husband, Kanye West, got more flack for ranting on Twitter yet again, Kim celebrated Valentine’s Day in a way that she could have turned into a miniseries called Kim Kardashian Shows She’s Got Heart.
With divorce rumors swirling, Kim highlighted the holiday by sharing a Valentine’s Day video in which she was rolling on roses, reported Radar Online.
But with a sad song in the background and thorns visible on those roses, the message seemed to weave a warning about love with the traditionally rosy picture.
“Hard to love a girl like me,” say the background lyrics. “I don’t blame you much for wanting to be free.”
Is that a clue from Kardashian that she thinks Kanye wants to divorce her? Or is Kim just sending the world a message that she admits she’s not the easiest person to love, and therefore, her husband should be viewed as a good guy for holding on?
A day meant for lovers may have proved challenging for both Kardashian and West because trouble is brewing in the background. For example, one reason for those divorce rumors may have just been revealed, as the rapper admitted he’s $53 million dollars in debt.
However, Kim knows how to make the outside look good, and the newly blonde bombshell sported braids on Valentine’s Day. Kardashian and West celebrated with a romantic meal amidst all the Twitter feuds and debt debacle debates, reported the Daily Mail.
Flaunting their love for each other, Kim even persuaded her husband to pose with her for an Instagram selfie.
But those cute poses could not cover up the couple’s problems. Kanye has gotten some negative feedback for his fashion show, while some of his lyrics for his new album are getting flack as well. Add in the repeated rants on Twitter, and the rapper turned fashion designer is giving Kim some challenges when it comes to maintaining that glossy look to their marriage.
However, thus far, they have stayed together following the debut of his new album and Yeezy 3 collection. A sign of trouble again surfaced, though, when while Kardashian might have been dreaming of a fabulous conclusion for Valentine’s Day, West let loose again on Twitter.
The tirade began with an attack on the Recording Academy for failing to recognize his tracks “Dark Fantasy” and “Watch the Throne,” followed by a plea to Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook fame and Larry Page, co-founder of Google, to reach out to him. The rapper posed his boast about himself and request on Twitter, informing the world that he’s all set to become the new Walt Disney. (No word on whether he envisions Kardashian to play a role such as a Disney princess.)
“I’m this generation’s Disney. I want to bring dope s**t to the world. I don’t have enough resources to create what I really can…. One of the coolest things you could ever do is to help me in my time of need.”
As for how Kim feels about all this? Among those odd Twitter posts was the request that Zuckerberg devote $1 billion to her husband’s ideas along with his announcement that he is in debt to the tune of $53 million.
Adding a much-needed lighter note to all this stress for Kardashian, her little sister Kylie Jenner stepped in with a hilarious Snapchat movie mocking Kim, reported Cosmopolitan.
Kardashian plays along, doing an exaggerated imitation of herself, insisting on selfies and being given water in an uber-diva demand. But Kim and Kylie also showed their affection for each other by turning to twinning their style.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars both flaunted their fabulous figures in hot red coats that lit up even the coldest winter day.
As for whether, after going through all this with her husband, Kim will continue to support Kanye? Kardashian is using social media thus far to show her faith, tweeting out her Valentine photo to emphasize her love is for real — or at least as real as it gets in Kardashian reality TV land.
My Valentine pic.twitter.com/Hp8384taCe
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) February 15, 2016
[Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images]