Following the rapper's decision to air the estranged pair's dirty laundry very publicly, others in the industry are starting to rally behind Kardashian while condemning West and accusing him of "harassing" and "abusing" the reality star with his online attacks.
Scroll through the images below to see which celebrities have taken Kim Kardashian's side in her brawl with Kanye West.
Bethenny Frankel definitely doesn't approve of West trying to hammer out the details of his divorce for the world to see on social media, which she explained on a recent episode of her podcast, "Just B with Bethenny Frankel."
The reality star, 51 — who recently wrapped up her own divorce case with ex Jason Hoppy — issued some advice for the Yeezus rapper in light of his latest unhinged posts on social media.
"My advice to Kanye would be: You have to stay the course. You cannot go rogue and take matters into your own hands when it comes to the divorce and custody process. It will only hurt you," she explained on her Tuesday, February 15 podcast episode, per Page Six.
"Kanye, in particular, he's talking into the court of public opinion instead of talking to the court of the custody of your children," the Bravo alum added.
She also posted a clip of the episode to her Instagram page, where she further addressed the situation, writing: "Custody & Divorce is a process (albeit a sometimes long and arduous one)….you cannot beat the system. You cannot PR your way out of it," while warning West that "judges do not like side shows & games.”
Sophia Bush — who serves as a committed advocate for social justice and women's rights — also addressed the situation with West, who she believes is "stalking" the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum.
She reposted a series of Tweets to her Instagram story on Tuesday, including one which read, "tbh i don't think the kim kanye stuff is funny or entertaining i think it's scary and triggering for anyone who's been in a stalking/abusive situation before."
Another post shared on Bush's account called the situation "dangerous, not funny" considering West's concerning behavior.
The One Tree Hill actress shared another Twitter thread that read, "I feel for Kim. This public spectacle and ridicule from Kanye is so much. The drama might be entertaining but can you imagine how she's feeling that the father of her kids is doing all of this publicly? He's relentless. It's so embarrassing."
Hilaria Baldwin also chimed in on the drama by showing her support for the SKIMS founder amid all of the chaos.
Baldwin reposted a Tweet that read, "You can show empathy for Kim K without saying how much you dislike her. You don't have to preface your disapproval of Kanye with anything. Abuse is abuse. And if you've ever been touched by mental illness, you know how serious it can be. I hope he gets the help he needs."
Alexa Nikolas — who is currently in the midst of an ongoing sexual abuse lawsuit against her ex-husband Michael Milosh — also used her platform to slam West's behavior.
"As a mother I personally find this behavior online very concerning, abusive, and narcissistic," she wrote in a post to her Instagram story on Tuesday. "I have seen some of my friends liking his posts…It's not funny. You are 'hearting' abusive behavior. Do you not understand that?"
"F**k this abusive narcissistic behavior," the Zoey 101 alum continued. "It's dangerous and real. If you are following him and liking his threat posts and public humiliation of his own family then you must realize that you are okay with abuse. With hate. With threats. This is not healthy. This is not okay."
"From the words of a survivor this is why a lot of women have a hard time leaving abusive relationships. One of the reasons being how others downplay it. Laugh it off. Victim blame/shame. After seeing one of his violent posts I was actually triggered by it. I experienced something similar and let me tell you it's really serious. It's straight up manipulation. F**k this public toxicity," she concluded.