West, who now goes by “Ye,” also announced on Monday his plans to bring Donda Experience Performance to Miami later this month.
A press release for the event stated, “Ye Donda’s tenth album is currently nominated for five Grammy Awards including Album of the Year.” Donda — who broke streaming records last year and set an all-time record in Apple Music with her debut in 152 countries — has sold 2 million albums globally, and amassed nearly 3 billion streams.
Performance tickets are currently on sale at Live Nation.
But more than the music of the rapper, many have been following the drama in his personal life.
A rep for Fox confirmed to CNN on Tuesday that she and West are no longer a couple after two months of high-profile dating.
“They remain close friends and collaborators,” the spokesperson wrote in a statement. “They are no longer together.”
West’s divorce from Kardashian is ongoing. He has used his verified Instagram account in recent weeks to share his hopes for reconciliation and his thoughts on her relationship with Davidson.
Several posts – including one on Valentine’s Day showing a truck full of flowers and the caption “My VISION IS KRYSTAL KLEAR” – have been removed as of Tuesday.
But West left a post featuring photos of the Kardashians and their four children from a recent cover story for Vogue, with the caption, “God please bring our family back together.”
“Divorce is hard enough on our kids and Kanye’s obsession with trying to control and manipulate our situation negatively and overtly is causing more pain for everyone,” Kardashian said.
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