Kim Kardashian seems to SHADE ex Kanye West by posting then deleting cryptic quote about the 'wrong person'
KIM Kardashian has been accused of throwing shade at her ex-husband, following reports of him cheating emerged.
In a now-deleted Instagram story, the reality star turned business mogul implied she was with the "wrong person" in a post that many believe is a swipe at Kanye.
The star posted the quote on her Instagram story before quickly deleting it.
Kim's story contained a screenshot of a quote, which read "You were never asking for too much, you were simply asking for the wrong person".
Fans were quick to point out that the post may have been about her ex-husband and father to her four kids, Kanye West.
One fan took to Twitter to write: "OMG did you see Kim's deleted Insta story, def shading Ye…"
Another wrote: "Kim K is so shady on IG lmaooo. That deleted post tho".
The deleted Instagram post comes after Kanye reportedly bragged about having sex with Christina Milian.
It is not known if he cheated on Kim with Christina, now 39, but he apparently admitted to have had a brief sex session years ago, the insider claimed.
A source previously told The Sun the dad of four admitted during the tour to sleeping with groupies behind Kim's back, and was "flipping out."
Now, they say he also admitted to hooking up with Christina.
The source said: "Kanye was blurting it all out during the conversation which was only witnessed by members of his team.
"He was opening up about cheating on Kim and freaking out, and then he suddenly announced he hooked up with Christina Milian.
"Kanye was boastful and saying how good the sex was, albeit very brief after a night out at a club."
Kim, 40, took to Instagram on Sunday to share screenshots of herself listening to Donda, but fans were quick to notice that her sound was turned all the way down.
One fan account, @chicksintheoffice, re-shared the story posts with the caption: "Kim is listening to Donda on mute."
Fans flooded the upload with angry comments as they slammed her for only posting for the "money."
"Of course she is… she doesn’t want to hear his voice, but still wants that streaming money," one claimed.
"When you want to be seen as the supportive ex, but you’re sick of his s**t.," a second joked.
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