KIM Kardashian reportedly filed to be legally single today just hours after Kanye’s latest plea to call off the divorce.
Earlier this year, the SKIMS founder filed for divorce from the rapper following a year of tumultuous ups and downs – including his failed presidential campaign.
Despite deciding to end their marriage, Kanye, 44, has continued to beg publicly to his ex that they get back together.
However, Kim, 41, made it clear on Friday that their relationship is done for good on her end.
According to TMZ, Kim filed court documents today to become officially single – which is now awaiting approval from a judge.
The legal papers show the beauty mogul requested the judge separate issues of child custody and property from her marital status.
Meaning, as custody and estate hearings are likely to drag on for months before the divorce is finalized, Kim wants it to be legally determined she is a single woman now.
To add to the burn for Kanye, the mom-of-four also asked that "West" be dropped from her name.
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Hours before Kim made her court move today, her former husband begged his her to get back together with him while performing on stage in Los Angeles.
The Grammy winner was singing Runaway from his 2010 album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy during a Drake performance for the Free Larry Hoover benefit show.
Ye repeatedly rapped: “I need you to run right back to me” before adding: “More specifically, Kimberly.”
It sent the crowd wild as they screamed with excitement.
But it's unlikely to have had the same reaction from Kim who was in the audience.
She was last week fuming at the rapper's claim they'll get back together – despite moving on with Pete Davidson.
In a now deleted video to his Instagram, Kanye insisted his family will get "back together".
In the dramatic video, Kanye can be heard performing a spoken word piece for Thanksgiving where he admits his "misactions" and how he wants his wife back.
The 'Thanksgiving Prayer' video shows a choir dressed in hoodies in a dimly lit warehouse, as Kanye's voice booms over the images.
"All I think about every day is how I get my family back together and how I heal the pain that I've caused," he said in the prayer.
"I take accountability for my actions. New word alert: misactions. The one thing that all my successes and failures have in common is me."
Kanye also admitted that coming off his medication for bipolar disorder "left me susceptible to other episodes, which my wife and family and fans have had to endure."
He said in the prayer that his failed presidential bid went against his family's wishes and it was something he regretted.
Despite Kanye's emotion in the prayer, Kim is reportedly angry with the rapper because he has not expressed any of these things to her behind closed doors.
"Kim is furious with Kanye’s latest public stunt, because while Kanye may be out there confessing to strangers, he's not saying these things to her in private – he’s making a big deal out of wanting his family back, but as everyone knows, during the marriage, he was never around and always in a different state," a source told The Sun.
"And he’s being seen with all these different women, too.
"She can ignore it, but the last thing she wants is the kids hearing something and getting confused if their dad is coming back or not."
The source added: "Kim's friends and family think it’s cruel and immature – and is saying this is a sign that Kanye isn't listening to anything Kim is saying.
"He's embarrassing her, yet again. He's trying to change the narrative and make people feel sorry for him. It won't work."
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