Kanye West begs Kim Kardashian to take him back during a recent concert with Drake
After openly admitting to wanting his estranged wife back, rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, once again made an effort to win Kim Kardashian back. This time, instead of talking to her through an interviewer, he chose to serenade her with his song ‘Runaway’ during a benefit concert held in Los Angeles alongside Canadian rapper Drake.
His first concert in five years yielded some drama as the singer dedicated a song to his estranged wife. His last concert was held in 2015 and another was cancelled in 2016 due to his mental health.
The pair parted ways earlier this year in February due to "irreconcilable differences". The recent concert took place to free an allegedly wrongly convicted man named Larry Hoover from prison turned into an open love letter for the beauty mogul to take him back as he pleaded, “run right back to me, more specifically Kimberly.”
According to Metro UK, Kardashian along with their daughter North were present in the audience as she wanted to support her father. They were spotted along with other big names such as Lizzo, Megan Fox, Machine Gun Kelly and Chance the Rapper.
Ye and Kardashian share four kids together and have been one of the most talked about couples since they started dating in early 2012. They have been married for seven years and have now chosen to part ways. They both have been involved with other people since their separation but it was Kardashian's recent romance with SNL star Pete Davidson that had Ye rushing to get her back.
Drake and Ye performed on the stage in order to raise awareness about prison reforms, specifically for Hoover who had been given life sentence for crimes committed 24 years ago in 1997. Drake and Ye looked past their feud to draw attention towards a noble cause. The feud initially began around Kardashian whom the 35-year-old rapper had referred to in his lyrics and alluded that they had an affair while she was married to Ye.
We don't know if Ye's song won Kardashian over but we're pretty sure this isn't the last we've heard from him.