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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West at the MTV Video Music Awards on August 30, 2015. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finalized their divorce nearly two years after filing.
West, officially known as Ye, is scheduled to pay Kardashian $200,000 a month in child support.
They will share joint custody of their four children, although Kim will have most of the time.
Kim Kardashian and Ye, formerly known as Kanye Wes, have finalized their divorce nearly two years after announcing their split, and West will pay his ex-wife $200,000 a month in child support, according to court documents.
The couple will share joint custody of their four children -- North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3 -- with equal access, though Kardashian will have the kids most of the time, sources told Entertainment Tonight with TMZ.
In September, Ye detailed his shared parenting dynamic with his ex-wife on an episode of the Mind Full podcast, saying, "She still has to, basically 80% of the time, be raising those kids."
Kardashian and Ye also agreed to split healthcare, security and education costs, including tuition and private school fees and tuition costs, according to documents seen by Insider.
After seven years of marriage, Kardashian filed for divorce from Ye in February 2021, citing irreconcilable differences, though the two have been co-parenting their children since the split was announced. She later filed to be "legally single" after Ye failed to honor her original divorce petition, which a judge granted earlier in March this year.
The deal comes as the rapper was hit by a wave of criticism over recent anti-Semitic rants and comments, which prompted major brands including Adidas, Foot Locker and Gap to end their partnerships with Yes' fashion company Yeezy earlier this year.
Adding to his financial woes, Ye claimed in a podcast Monday that the IRS charged $75 million to four of his accounts because he owed about $50 million in back taxes.
"I found out — OK, so they froze, they froze four of my accounts with $75 million," Ye said during the podcast, referring to the IRS having his accounts suspended. "And then they said you owed a lot of taxes. It took me about six hours to figure out how much is 'a lot'. They said, well, about $50 million.”
He continued that he's "obviously not the most financially literate person on the planet" and how he was trying to figure out if he was evading taxes, adding that "now I have to — I can actually learn how to run a business." I'm learning how to really count.
"It's like I don't even know where to put the money," he said.
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Kim Kardashian
American television and social media personality

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