r/entertainment Nov 29 '22

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Settle Divorce, Kim Gets $200K a Month in Child Support

https://www.tmz.com/2022/11/29/kim-kardashian-kanye-west-settle-divorce/?adid=social-twa
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u/TheKingoftheBlind Nov 30 '22 Silver

200k one time would literally change my entire life.

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u/TrumpdUP Nov 30 '22

This is true for probably 90% of the world if not more. I hate this shit.

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u/cfbytes Nov 30 '22

The 1% is something like $500k per year. So we are talking greater than 99% of people.

People don’t realize how obscenely wealthy some are.

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u/whatsasimba Nov 30 '22

I had to look it up...wow

The minimum net worth of the top 1% is roughly $11.1 million. A person would need to earn an average of $823,763 per year in order to join the top 1%.

https://www.investopedia.com/financial-edge/1212/average-net-worth-of-the-1.aspx

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u/No-Dragonfly-8679 Nov 30 '22

I once found a £20 note in the street and literally cried while looking around hoping no one had just dropped it.

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u/bettafished Nov 30 '22

I once dropped a $5 bill on the walk from the car to the inside of the gas station. I went back into my car and cried.

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u/RedditSanic Nov 30 '22

While working as a groceries courier on a bicycle, I received a 5€ tip, and it made my day. Until I found out, I somehow lost the bill on the way back to our storage :)

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u/lilpumpgroupie Nov 30 '22

I found $37 in small bills in a high crime/drug area a couple years ago while walking to the dispensary and spent it all on weed when i got there.

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u/iamatwork24 Nov 30 '22

It’s kind of crazy but for the first time in my adult life, the last year or two, finding $1000 honestly wouldnt change very much for me. Would just go towards paying off a loan that I already pay well above the minimum on or buy myself something fun.

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u/iamacannibal Nov 30 '22

Same. Hell, 25k would change my life.

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u/Toxic_Throwaway123 Nov 30 '22

Yep, all credit card/medical debt would be gone and it would be the start of a down payment on my new build.

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u/PM_ME_SOME_ANY_THING Nov 30 '22

How is this fair? Some quick googling says Kim is worth around 1.8 billion, and Kanye was worth about 2 billion before he ruined his own sponsorships.

You’re telling me child support doesn’t have a cap, and is proportional to how much money you make, but fines for breaking the fucking law aren’t?

This country is shit

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u/takefiftyseven Nov 30 '22

We'll see how that works out with news that the IRS has frozen his accounts due to nonpayment of some $50M dollars in taxes.

However, the source of the news is questionable: It came from Kanye himself.

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u/youjerkfaceyou Nov 30 '22

Either way, he better hope for 20 years of royalties, but by how he complains about his contracts, I doubt he will have it in 5-10 years. As good as he is, I doubt his career is going to get a second wind.

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u/GreatQuestionBarbara Nov 30 '22

From an article:

"He said he was "obviously not the most financially literate person on the planet" and added that he went to the "different CFOs" involved in his businesses to find out if not paying taxes would be tax evasion.

"So now I'm having — I get to actually learn how to run a company. I get to learn how to, you know, to count, really," Ye said of his finances, adding, "It's like I didn't even know where to put the money."

Just now he is starting to learn how to run a business? It's a little late for that Ye.

It was only like 6 years ago that he was having financial problems, he made a boatload of money with Adidas and some others, and yet here he is again.

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u/fatpat Nov 30 '22

find out if not paying taxes would be tax evasion

Amazing that he didn't understand that basic concept. Or he's full of shit and is trying to plead ignorance (which is, legally speaking, not a valid defense.)

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u/Yaboilikemup Nov 30 '22

Tax law is actually the only place where pleading ignorance is a valid defense. It won't get you out of paying the money, but it will usually get you out of jail time if they believe you. In this case, I very much doubt that the IRS is going to go for "I didn't know not paying taxes is tax evasion" though

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u/BonusCommentary Nov 30 '22

Untreated bipolar is a mother fucker.

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u/JakeShuttlesworth413 Nov 30 '22

Untreated narcissism

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u/drewster23 Nov 30 '22

Narcissism can't be "treated", his bipolar can definitely be so he's not manic or going into psychosis.

But narcissism makes treating mental illness difficult.

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u/sophiebeanzee Nov 30 '22

It can get less worse with therapy but we all know he’s not gonna every nudge on that

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u/andytdesigns1 Nov 30 '22

BRB gotta disguise myself as their kid as they did in the parent trap

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u/SuperDizz Nov 30 '22

Sorry. Lindsey Lohan is already there

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u/andytdesigns1 Nov 30 '22

Mom I need my 50k for my weekly allowance don’t be a cheap bitch

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u/Dependent-Law7316 Nov 30 '22

Alas, Kim and Kanye have 4 kids, so you’ll have to settle for a paltry $12.5k a week.

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u/calipygean Nov 30 '22

Damn I’m going to have to let my third stylist go…

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u/keliix06 Nov 30 '22

Or be a real kardashian and kill a sibling or two.

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u/OreganoJefferson Nov 30 '22

I've not watched kuwtk but if they're killing each other off maybe I should start

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u/Biff_Wesker Nov 30 '22

Mom I need my butt injections before the school dance.

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u/banksybruv Nov 30 '22

$1,785 per day, per kid. Holy fuck

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u/Dafiro93 Nov 30 '22

Gotta pay for the mortgage on the mansion I assume

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u/EkaL25 Nov 30 '22

Need that money for Roblox

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u/ArabSpring2010 Nov 30 '22

The funniest thing about this comment is on the Drink Champs podcast Kanye said the Jews put child actors in his house that pretended to be his kids.

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u/Lady_Grey_Smith Nov 30 '22

That should have been a big enough reason for his ex to ask for full custody and supervised visitation. Yikes.

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u/Pip-Pipes Nov 30 '22

Right. That's not funny. It's terrifying.

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u/77ca88 Nov 30 '22

How she can possibly allow “equal access” to the kids in this settlement after this is mind blowing

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u/GyroMVS Nov 30 '22

Jew here, can confirm we organized this. Usually we manipulate the world for financial gain, but this time we really just wanted to fuck around

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u/LogMeOutScotty Nov 30 '22

The space lasers are out of season now so we obviously had to change our focus to fucking with Kanye. It was an obvious transition.

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u/Publick2008 Nov 30 '22

I'm a second Jew, can confirm. Kim is wiring us the child support so we can build Israel II.

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u/anonymosh Nov 30 '22

That's schizophrenic talk.

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u/luv_potion69 Nov 30 '22

Lol did he really say that? That’s wild even for him.

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u/ArabSpring2010 Nov 30 '22

Yeah he was all over the place. Drink Champs took it down because they thought it reflected badly on them I wish they hadn't. The more this dude talks the more he exposes himself. Let him have at it

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u/ginisninja Nov 30 '22

Exposes himself as experiencing delusions. This is potentially psychotic behaviour, in the diagnosable sense not just the common use of psycho.

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u/andytdesigns1 Nov 30 '22

True they’re probably closer to the Nannies, maids , security , and the other 20 people staff

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u/Foco_cholo Nov 30 '22

I saw a papparazzi video of Kim holding one of the kids when they were 2 or 3 and the kid was crying and reaching out for the nanny.

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u/babaganoush2307 Nov 30 '22

Or that video of her leaving the baby behind at a fashion shoot in NY and then going back for the baby after she had already gotten in the car lol

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u/churro_luvin_milf Nov 30 '22 Giggle

All for the cameras! As soon as she is back out of sight, you know that kid went right back to the nanny.

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u/i_take_no_bologna Nov 30 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

New email coming. "hello maga patriots, it is i, Ye....."

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u/Autochthonous7 Nov 30 '22

For just pennies a day you could…

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u/Sam-Gunn Nov 30 '22 Helpful

THE JEWS! THE SHIFTY, SNEAKY JEWS!

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u/[deleted] Nov 30 '22

it’s Ye. hi… i’m the problem, it’s YE

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u/FlipinoJackson Nov 30 '22

I am once again asking you for your support because I just found out that Diamonds aren’t forever and they will leave you in the night and desert you

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u/Bodywithoutorgans18 Nov 30 '22

You see him on TV any given Sunday, lose the Adidas deal, give Kim $200k, then drive off in a Hyundai.

Literally just had to listen to your own lyrics, bro.

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u/hardmodefire Nov 30 '22

“I am once again asking for your financial support”

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u/Worthyness Nov 30 '22

Gonna run for president to have some fundraising

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u/i_take_no_bologna Nov 30 '22

He’s fundraising for child support

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u/kungpowgoat Nov 30 '22

I read this in Trey Parker’s (South Park) voice.

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u/BallpointPendragon Nov 30 '22

Keeping his mouth shut and accepting that ongoing Adidas cash sure is looking like a good deal in hindsight, huh?

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u/Substantial-Law-8853 Nov 29 '22 Gold Wholesome Bravo! Table Slap To The Stars Doot 🎵 Doot Timeless Beauty

18 years, 18 years…

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u/DabidKeegan Nov 29 '22

She got one of yo' kids, got you for 18 years

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u/gjcij2203 Nov 30 '22

And on the 18th birthday found out that wasn't his.

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u/Iancreed Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

Now I ain’t saying she’s a gold digger…

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u/Bender____Rodriguez Nov 30 '22 Coin Gift Take My Energy

But she ain’t messing with [insert SNL alumni]

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u/Scadilla Nov 30 '22

Haha, cold

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u/Suibian_ni Nov 30 '22

...no broke Nazi

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u/vodka_twinkie Nov 30 '22

Vocab like a cumshot, Yahtzee

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u/CoolWhipMonkey Nov 30 '22

He’s poor compared to her.

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u/TarpFailedMe Nov 30 '22

He knew. Kanye is a time traveler.

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u/Warm_Objective4162 Nov 30 '22

I was sure of that after Hyundai started sponsoring the Super Bowl

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u/buttermuseum Nov 30 '22

Isn’t one of the perks of time travel that you can see the future and dodge certain bulle…

Y’know, I’m kinda over trying to comprehend anything this guy does? Gonna sit this one out. Whatever. I guess, what is anyone going to do about it. Looks like not much.

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u/EducationalTangelo6 Nov 30 '22

You've been looking for logic where there is none.

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u/GD_Bats Nov 30 '22

Admittedly a time traveling Nazi rapper would make a cool villain, or could if well written.

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u/zibbels Nov 30 '22

Similar vein. I know there is a book called Lightning by Dean Koontz where a time traveling nazi falls in love with a paralyzed woman in the future and does his best to repeatedly Barry Allen the time line in order to prevent her from being paralyzed.

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u/damienreave Nov 30 '22 Helpful

How... how does him being a nazi affect the plot?

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u/zibbels Nov 30 '22

He was sent forward in time to find advanced weapons to win the war. They found out about his meddling and send a nazi hit squad after him and the woman to take them out.

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u/bacchusku2 Nov 30 '22

You can see her on TV, any given Thursday. Win a prime time Emmy and drive off in a Bentley.

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u/Doctor_M_Toboggan Nov 30 '22

I know the kid isn't starting from age 0, but for 18 years that's $43m. I know it's partially due to maintain the "current lifestyle" but was kid needs child support that's more than what 99.99% of the population earn in a lifetime?

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u/Kryptus Nov 30 '22

I think Kanye got a great deal. I pay exactly 100 times less than Kanye, but he is probably way more than 100 times wealthier than me.

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u/GaladDeDanann Nov 30 '22

Ok, real talk. How the hell do you afford to drop $2k a month on child support? I mean … fuck…. that would destroy my life.

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u/Rizizdead Nov 30 '22

A buddy of mine who had 2 kids, cheated on his wife with a nurse while he was a resident, got caught, and then divorced pays 8 grand a month in child support, also pays for all of the insurances and some other things.

He nets around 50k a month though. His original child support order was for probably a quarter of what it currently is.

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u/TheGodFucker Nov 30 '22

It’s based on your income, so it would probably mean he makes pretty dang good money (not to deny it’s still likely a serious hardship)

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u/bobcat73 Nov 30 '22

And the mothers income and time spent at residence of each parent. Some states have charts so you can easily see what’s due.

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u/bigpurpleharness Nov 30 '22

Well. Maybe 6 months ago. Maybe now. 6 months in the future? Eh....

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u/karspearhollow Nov 30 '22

You underestimate how much his fans don’t give a fuck

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u/Responsible-Lunch815 Nov 30 '22

It's 4 kids. Plus, that's only half their expenses as they share joint custody. So she's paying the other half.

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u/hampo101 Nov 30 '22

Im sorry but this is fucked. Those kids were set for life the minute they formed in that womens belly

It doesn't cost 400k a month to raise 4 kids.

Maybe that 200k a month from Kanye should be going to a service which helps disadvantaged women and kids.

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u/sobanz Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

the craziest part is shes worth more than him now. but at the same time theyre both so rich that amount doesn't matter. the sub 10m folks are the ones who get life changingly fucked by it.

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u/TheQuietType84 Nov 30 '22

He's also on the hook for half of all educational expenses and the security team.

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u/yshuduno Nov 30 '22

He can always send them to Donda Acad... Oh yeah. That's right.

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u/damienreave Nov 30 '22

Then after that, to Trump Univer... oh whoops.

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u/KingRemoStar Nov 30 '22

That amount covers her custody time. When Ye has the kids he has to come out of pocket.

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u/joshylow Nov 30 '22

Yeah, if your lifestyle costs that much you're probably going to end up shitty. The cycle continues.

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u/Beach_y_keen_6 Nov 30 '22

She must have primary/full physical custody. He has to pay child support because he has to contribute financially to his kids. It has nothing to do with what she makes - it’s just a percentage of his monthly income.

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u/polo61965 Nov 30 '22

So he tanked his advertisements and yeezy profits to lessen the child support payments...JEENYUHS

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u/Responsible-Lunch815 Nov 30 '22

joint custody. This amounts to half their expenses.

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u/Bacalacon Nov 30 '22

Half their expenses lol

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u/Bhahsjxc Nov 30 '22

500+ per hour to maintain the health and welfare of this child apparently.

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u/BlackSky2129 Nov 30 '22

His peak earnings at that time which obviously has dropped like 90% recently. That’s tough

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u/1000gsOfCharlieSheen Nov 30 '22

His baby momma car and crib is bigger than his

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u/Akaonisama Nov 30 '22

We want prenup!

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u/bj_good Nov 30 '22

IT'S SOMETHING THAT YOU NEED TO HAVE

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u/TheNotoriousCHC Nov 30 '22

When she leave yo ass she gonna leave with 200k a month in child support

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u/whyreadthis2035 Nov 29 '22

Ahhhh. That explains the I have debt, I’m broke posts.

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u/kaleidoscopers Nov 30 '22

Or just the fact that he’s losing all sponsorships / brand deals from projects he’s been heavily involved in almost his whole career.

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u/OkCutIt Nov 30 '22

Apparently losing his Adidas partnership took him from around 2 billion net worth to around 400 million just literally instantly.

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u/ItsmyDZNA Nov 30 '22

Im waiting for that documentary of this going down.

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u/Bryllant Nov 30 '22

The IRS locked down about 50 million for an outstanding tax bill.

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u/Evening-Alfalfa-4976 Nov 30 '22

Nah, it doesn’t

I don’t condone anything this dude does, but, even with all of the sponsors he lost, he still will always have at least $60m locked up in smart investments

In his own words, he’s constantly passed off among handlers. He can afford the most brilliant finance minds in the world, and at the very least if he makes 4% on the $60m he can pay off the support without having to lift a finger and he won’t have to take a hit to his lifestyle

CDs, T-Bills, other fixed income, I-Bonds, or even a portfolio of top quality “safe” stocks will provide this type of yield

He owes the IRS $50m, so he absolutely has at least 60 to rack up that kind of tax bill

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u/whyreadthis2035 Nov 30 '22

:) I don’t mean there is validity to any of the whining. It’s just part of trying to get out of any debts.

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u/TheRem Nov 30 '22 Silver

That will be nearly his entire salary as president.

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u/Teripid Nov 30 '22

Thanks, now I'm imagining Kayne presenting a large novelty check to Kim each month with something derogatory in the note line.

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u/spankywinklebottom Nov 30 '22

Those fuckin kids make more than I do

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u/lunkbeck Nov 30 '22

More than I do is one thing. More than my yearly salary in a month is a whole other level…

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u/Jammyhobgoblin Nov 30 '22

That’s roughly 4 times my yearly salary and I have a graduate degree.

Rich people have the audacity to fight against student loan forgiveness claiming it would hurt the economy, because god forbid we tax them more appropriately and cut into this level of wealth.

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u/DarkChocolatRaisinet Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

It's so fucking disgusting. Makes me physically ill to think about.

Humans are just really fucking bad at picturing just how much $1 billion is. If they could, nobody would have any fucking issue taxing these people fairly.

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u/throwaway8008666 Nov 30 '22

Their kids will make more in one year of child support than most people working full time will in their entire careers

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u/demizer Nov 30 '22

And they won't even care because their mom is already a billionaire.

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u/JonDoeJoe Nov 30 '22

Kids will get 5 million in one year.

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u/Echo609 Nov 30 '22

2.4 million a year. At my current salary would take me just under 22 years to gross. To net 2.4 million would take even longer.

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u/ben1481 Nov 30 '22

this is monthly, that's more than 99.9% of the USA.

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u/Harry_Gorilla Nov 30 '22

I would like to also divorce Kanye west

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u/Edthecathesabrat Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

200k a year would let most single moms live like royalty. This is insane.

Edit: since y'all think I misread the monthly, I was making a comparison to this monthly c hild support vs a normal middle class single mom and how 200k a year would be more than enough to live like royalty.

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u/sprinklypops Nov 30 '22

Yeah I was thinking this too. The wealth disparity is genuinely unbelievable

Honestly even a family of four could live comfortably on 200k a year. Not royalty, but definitely well.

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u/Yoda2000675 Nov 30 '22

$200k per year would put you at the very top in any area that isn’t a major city to be honest

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u/MARKLAR5 Nov 30 '22

Let alone 200k a fucking month. Wonder what the justification is from mom, "that barely covers the school and special food!"

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u/AncientBellybutton Nov 30 '22

This kid gets 10 years worth of my income every month.

This is insanity.

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u/Spawn6060 Nov 30 '22

200k could pay for my house, and almost myself and my wife’s full salary…… for a year

And we’re only talking about ONE MONTH

Not the timeline I wanted to be in.

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u/sj_nayal83r Nov 30 '22

my wife and i make 80k combined before taxes

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u/series_hybrid Nov 30 '22

Didn't he just announce he owed the IRS $50 million?

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u/woundedbearhair Nov 29 '22

I think comparing Laura Wasser to Kissinger is a bit weird…but ok…

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u/happytree23 Nov 30 '22

Dayamn. Dude should have gotten a Jewish lawyer.

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u/EinElchsaft Nov 30 '22

How is this not the top comment?

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u/DeerBoyDiary Nov 30 '22

I’m still in shock he retained any custody of their kids at all.

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u/hayleybts Nov 30 '22

It's equal access meaning kim probabmy has custody will look after kids anyway. They are bit different

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u/hellolamps Nov 30 '22

That makes me sick to my stomach. Do you know how many kids could live off that much money per month? Insane.

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u/rightriotleft Nov 30 '22

Do you think Kim Kardashian is actually hurting and needing that kind of money per month as well? What is she going to fucking do with it?

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u/MrSomnix Nov 30 '22

Quick Google shows a net worth estimate of nearly $2 billion.

Look, child support is necessary in many cases, but why the fuck is a billionaire collecting even one cent?

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u/Nephtyz Nov 30 '22

Good lawyers I guess. But yeah this is disgusting.

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u/xeonie Nov 30 '22

It cost a little over 200k to raise one kid for 18 years on average. This includes food, clothes, toys, and school related supplies and trips. With that kind of “child support” she could buy a new fully furnished house each year for that kid. This excessive amount of money is just plain fucking gross.

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u/AbundantHypocrisy Nov 30 '22

Especially considering that she makes more money than him now.

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u/tednagel0202 Nov 30 '22

Honestly would be quite pleased if all of the kardashians and their spouses just shot into orbit around some distant star.

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u/KarateKid84Fan Nov 30 '22

So he lost his billions on purpose to get smaller child support payments

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u/maz-o Nov 30 '22

High iq move. I should quit my job so that I don’t have to pay any taxes.

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u/hawtpot87 Nov 30 '22

Kanye is my dad

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u/Xalbana Nov 30 '22

Kanye is my dad

I'm sorry to hear that.

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u/ben1481 Nov 30 '22

say whatever ya want ya broke bitch I'm gettin $200k a month!

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u/Toadsted Nov 30 '22

You wouldn't see a damn dime lol

Momma taking it all to the bank

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u/cuminpant Nov 30 '22

200k a month? I mean i get he's rich and all that but what in the fuck requires 200k a month?

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u/TheFan88 Nov 30 '22 Gold

24x7 shrinks to undo the Ye

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u/IIll1 Nov 30 '22

Total guess here, but I think it was a number that her attorneys came to that would be able to sustain their lifestyle so the children wouldn't notice any impact or changes day to day.

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u/littleowlets Nov 30 '22

I have a feeling their billionaire mother would have been able to do this just fine... just a feeling tho

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u/Hall-Double Nov 30 '22

Considering their wealth, I was surprised it wasn't higher ....

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u/Ranjith_Unchained Nov 30 '22

Can we get much higher

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u/delightful1 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

Considering Kim's net worth, that seems like a low amount. Also, I have staggering student loans, so if I could be a child in this household for a month, that'd be great.

Edit I'm not really caring of who has more net worth, just the fact that she's getting paid monthly what would solve a huge PITA for me in the last 5 years. Can I do dishes and clean up my bedroom for a month? You can call me cat bat octopus west for all I care

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u/maynardd1 Nov 30 '22

Right!! I'd be as obedient as f#ck for at least 4 months for those dollars...

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u/deran6ed Nov 30 '22

I only need to be their kid for about six days

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u/Hentai_Yoshi Nov 30 '22

Considering Kim’s net worth, any amount of “child support” is superfluous

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u/Secretnephew Nov 30 '22

I’d babysit them kids for 1 month and be debt free with the damn house and student loans. I’ll work for it. Hell, I work for a shit ton less.

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u/Playful-Natural-4626 Nov 30 '22

I have seen many articles about how shit it is to work for her- little pay and diva fits.

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u/Zebracorn42 Nov 30 '22

They may be worried with all his loss of revenue over the past few months that he may not be able to pay it

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u/HeySlimIJustDrankA5 Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

I think it’s purposely low because they know West might not hold his line and if doesn’t deliver the 200k they can litigate his ass anytime.

It’s basically a “try me bitch” tax for him every month.

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u/GadgetGod1906 Nov 30 '22

The court does not care about that

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u/DucVWTamaKrentist Nov 30 '22

Don’t the courts base the payment off of the paying parent’s salary/net worth, not the recipient parent’s?

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u/maz-o Nov 30 '22

Nobody knows what her real net worth is. Unless you’re buffett or bezos that stuff aint public information. Those ”celebrity net worth” sites are beyond bullshit.

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u/SchismaticTendancy Nov 30 '22

With headlines like these, Armageddon doesn’t sound too bad.

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u/m1kasa4ckerman Nov 30 '22

I guess bragging about being a billionaire all the time and harassing essentially everyone connected to Kim hasn’t worked out in his favor

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u/20_oz Nov 30 '22

I fucking hate rich people

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u/Schmladdn Nov 30 '22

People are debating and raging about things like sexism and racism 24/7 on social Media all while millionaires and billionaires are having the time of their Lifes. Class divide is the Single biggest injustice World wide and it gets ignored.

Its incredible.

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u/Fattswindstorm Nov 29 '22

Kanye right now.

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u/adm0210 Nov 30 '22

Kanye never liked that game

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u/Exciting-Word4187 Nov 30 '22

Not sure ol Ye can swing that anymore

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u/powermonkeynut Nov 30 '22

The kids must continue the quality of life theyve come accustomed to…a reality most on earth cant even dream of.

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u/AmbitiousDistrict374 Nov 30 '22

Those kids eating gold nuggets for breakfast?

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u/Neat-Philosopher-873 Nov 30 '22

And this is why rich people suck. Right here. Most people scrape by on much less than 50,000 a Year.

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u/genericusername742 Nov 30 '22

Breaking news. Rich people pay more in child support. More at 11.

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u/Tha_Professah Nov 30 '22

why is this public knowledge?

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u/cherry_pink Nov 30 '22

The article reports that the money is being paid to her as reimbursement for the children’s education and security. He was ordered to pay 50% of those expenses. She pays the other 50%. He’s not just giving her $200K a month in cash to do whatever she wants with.

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u/xpoison15 Nov 30 '22

How many stupid people exist so that couple make money from nothing

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u/Suibian_ni Nov 30 '22

Is he going to blame the Jews for this as well?

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u/Background-Sir5324 Nov 30 '22

Nah, man, not the Jews.

The JOOOOZ.

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u/FreeChickenDinner Nov 30 '22

How much does Nick Cannon pay? Ye should learn Nick's tricks.

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u/rikashiku Nov 30 '22

Nick Cannon can't pull out of his own driveway.

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u/Shelisheli1 Nov 30 '22

She won’t get anything if he keeps getting dropped left and right..

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u/patrickeg Nov 30 '22

With a single year of that kids child support payments I could retire.

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u/FunPizza1797 Nov 30 '22

$600,000 a year for a child’s expenses?

There’s something seriously wrong if the average adult is making $50,000 a year.

I heard getting divorced as a guy in California was bad but this is Scarecrow venom madness.

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u/AaronBenne Nov 30 '22

That’s good because poverty stricken women like Kim deserve as much help as they can get.

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u/m0992104 Nov 30 '22

Truth be told child support should be capped at a reasonable dollar amount reflective of providing essential needs to the children. Ex-partners shouldn’t be able to live off child support

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u/nilesh72000 Nov 30 '22

Will he blame jewish people for his child support obligations next?

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