Kim Kardashian says that all of Kanye West's 'shenanigans' will be 'far more damaging' to their children than her sex tape

left: kanye west smiling with a blue background behind him; right: kim kardashian and her daughter north west in dramatic outfits and round sunglassess
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  • Kim Kardashian said that Kanye West's actions will be "far more damaging" to their children than her sex tape.

  • Kardashian opened up about her relationship with West in a conversation on "The Kardashians."

  • Kardashian said that she knows her children will "appreciate" her not responding publicly to West.

Kim Kardashian said that the actions of her ex-husband Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, will be "far more damaging" to their children than the existence of her sex tape.

On the season premiere of "The Kardashians" season three, which was released on Hulu on Thursday, Kardashian opened up about the difficulties of navigating her relationship with co-parent Ye when he speaks about her in the public eye.

"But even just like, how he looks so down on me, for like, my tape, and brings it up all over town, all over the media, like, thanks for reminding people once again," Kardashian said in a conversation with her mother, Kris Jenner. "All of his shenanigans, I don't even know what the fuck to call it, is gonna be far more damaging to the kids one day than my tape will ever be."

Kardashian filed for divorce from Ye in February 2021, and their divorce was settled in November 2022. As BuzzFeed News reported, Ye accused Jenner in a September 2022 Instagram post of encouraging her daughters to appear in Playboy, saying his daughters would not do so and writing that "pornography destroyed my family," per BuzzFeed News.

In late 2022, Ye also made a number of antisemitic and otherwise offensive comments that led to him being dropped by brands including Adidas and reportedly, Vogue. He's also repeatedly questioned Kardashian's parenting decisions, such as their daughter North West having a TikTok account that she shares with her mother.

Kardashian said in December 2022 on Angie Martinez's podcast "In Real Life" that she attempts to "protect" her children from news and controversy around Ye as much as possible, saying that they're unaware of what happens in the "outside world" with their father.

"I have to sit here and not say anything ever, because I know one day my kids will appreciate that, and I know that like, is the best thing for them," Kardashian told her mother during the season three premiere.

New episodes of "The Kardashians" season three air Thursdays on Hulu.

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