Fans are already wondering who is now wealthier after Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finally settled their highly publicized divorce. Is it Kanye or Kim?
The embattled couple has finally put an end to their hefty arrangements, according to People Magazine, with both parties agreeing to finalize their divorce. On the other hand, Kanye West is required to pay $200,000 in child support each month.
Kim and Kanye will have joint physical and legal custody of their four children, North, who is nine years old, Saint, who is six, Chicago, who is four, and Psalm, who is three, according to documents obtained exclusively by the publication.
Aside from the $200,000 per month child support, West will be responsible for half of his children’s future security, medical, and educational expenses.
What about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s properties? The prenups already covered those assets they signed before their marriage.
According to the magazine, the couple began dating in 2012 and married in 2014. However, due to the latter’s downward spiral, which began with his 2020 presidential bid, the two’s marriage has been fraught with conflict.
With the couple’s divorce, people are wondering if Kanye is still richer than Kim.
Kim Kardashian’s net worth is estimated to be $1.8 billion by Forbes.
It was reported that their new Hulu series “The Kardashians” earned them at least $100 million for the two-season deal. (per Variety)
Meanwhile, according to TMZ documents, Kim earns around $1 million per Instagram endorsement post.
Kim’s net worth is also built around her KKW Beauty and KKW Fragrance beauty lines, according to Forbes.
Kim Kardashian’s net worth has surpassed Kanye West’s since the latter’s net worth plummeted in October 2022.
The Adidas x Ye deal, worth more than $1.5 billion, was recently terminated, reducing Ye’s $2 billion net worth to $400 million. (per Forbes)
Kanye’s move followed his boastful antics on the Drink Champs podcast, where he said:
“I can literally say antisemitic shit, and they can’t drop me. I can say antisemitic things, and Adidas can’t drop me. Now what?”