Kim Kardashian has revealed she and her husband, Kanye West, have had ‘fights’ over his religious which led to removing TVs from their children’s bedroom and taking away their daughter’s make-up.
The 39-year-old mother of four and her sisters Kourtney and Khloe appeared on ‘The Real’ on Tuesday where they spoke about the conflicts over the rapper’s new-found faith.
Kim, who was candid about her personal life, revealed that she and her hubby had some ‘fights’ over his religious journey after he took away their daughter North’s, 6, make-up saying it doesn’t align with his religious values.
She said Kanye West has become ‘strict and forceful’ that thing even got to the point that they had to removed the televisions from their children’s bedrooms.
When asked whether she supports her husband’s new spiritual life, Kim said:
“I do think that… You know, he is my husband… So, I obviously want to honor him and what he’s feeling. And he’s been going through this life change, and it’s mostly about the kids.”
She shared that her children are getting older and West has started to become extremely cautious as to what type of imagery they are exposed to at home.
“We got rid of TVs in the kids’ rooms and removed makeup from North’s room—and he’s been very… He had this epiphany of being this… Not that he wasn’t an amazing dad… But being a little bit more strict as a dad and being very forceful on the imagery that’s in our household and what they see,” Kim shared.
The reality TV star added that she does agree that these rapid and drastic measures are good for the children but added, “I’m always gonna be me… And so, we had that discussion and that fight”.
She also admitted that compromise is absolutely essential to having a healthy and clean relationship.
“I think, at the end of the day, that’s what marriage is. He’s gonna do things that I don’t agree with, and I support him, and vice versa,” the beauty mogul added.
Kanye began doing his weekly Sunday Service in January and currently has the No. 1 album on the Billboard charts with his first ever gospel release: Jesus Is King.