The 5 biggest revelations from the new Kim Kardashian and Kanye West documentary.

“Kanye argued that the prenup was invalid as in general California prenups were invalid. None of that makes any sense. Prenups are definitely valid in California, courts enforce them every day,” said domestic abuse attorney, Lisa Bloom. 

“It seems to me that Kanye was trying to stall, delay, muck up the system, make it go as slow as possible. He was trying to delay the inevitable which was a divorce from Kim Kardashian.” 

Kanye West’s lawyers were Jewish.

Kanye’s career came crashing down last year after he went on an anti-Semitic tirade on Twitter, prompting Adidas, Balenciaga, and every other brand to drop him.

And he also got dropped by his divorce lawyer who happened to be Jewish. 

In October 2022, Robert Cohen resigned as Kanye’s lawyer. “Because of Kanye’s anti-Semitic comments, Cohen has to get off the case as he is one of the most prominent Jewish lawyers in New York,” said legal commenter Neama Rahmani. 

Cohen reflected on his decision, saying “sometimes a relationship breaks down and I can no longer be there.” 

Nick Salek stayed on as Kanye’s lawyer. “He [Kayne] doesn’t know that I was born and raised Jewish,” Salek said. “He never found that out. It was extremely offensive to hear that type of comments come from a client. 

“On the other hand, the case needed to be finished and someone had to do it.” 

Kanye West exhibited many red flags throughout their relationship.

Several interviewees alleged that Kanye was controlling during his relationship with Kim. This began in the early phase of their relationship, with Kanye often telling Kim what she should and shouldn’t wear, as documented on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.