Recording artist Kanye West has officially found Jesus, the news confirmed by his just-released, expletive-free album titled Jesus Is King.
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His more reverent and wholesome approach to life has been accompanied by a fresh approach to parenting, and it’s fair to say that it’s moving towards a more conservative ethos.
Kim confirmed this when she appeared on US talk show The Real with sisters Kourtney and Khloé recently. She admitted that Kanye’s spiritual transformation has caused a little bit of tension in their relationship.
“He is my husband,” Kim began, revealing her desire to support him as open-heartedly as she can.
“I obviously want to honour him and what he’s feeling. And he’s been going through this life change, and it’s mostly about the kids.”
Kim says that Kanye’s now keen to play a more active and prescriptive role in their household, and he’s made some tweaks to how things work at home.
“We got rid of TVs in the kids’ rooms and removed make-up from North’s room and he’s … had this, you know, epiphany of being this – not that he wasn’t an amazing dad – but being a little bit more strict as a dad and being very forceful on the imagery that’s in our household and what they see.”
Meeting in the middle
While Kim is clearly hoping to balance Kanye’s parenting ideas with her own, she noted that it doesn’t always come easy.
While she agrees with his push to protect their children, she explained, “I’m always gonna be me, and so, we had that discussion and that fight. I think, at the end of the day that’s what marriage is. He’s gonna do things that I don’t agree with, and I support him, and vice versa.”
“I think that’s such a great example for our kids. But, you know, there’s also that fine line of staying firm and doing what you feel comfortable with.”
Meeting in the middle is key, Kim said.
“I take a little bit of him, and I respect what he’s saying, and I totally compromise.”