The rapper now only follows nine accounts on the platform. All of them have black icons for their profile pictures, just like West does.
West previously unfollowed Kardashian and her family on Twitter.
West released his long-awaited tenth studio album, Donda, last month — however, one song that stuck out to fans was "Hurricane", where the rapper sang about 'still playin’ after two kids.'"
"The song is in a way his testimony of everything he did wrong and taking accountability for their marriage breakdown," an insider told Page Six. "If you look closer to the lyrics he is referring to his infidelity during his marriage with Kim, even after two kids."
The insider explained that given the "way Kanye was blurting it all out" in 2016 on the Saint Pablo Tour, it didn't seem like his alleged infidelity was something he could hide from the reality star for long. "She clearly put up with a lot in their marriage and still stood by him until it was finally too much for her," the insider said.
"Kanye seemed like he'd turned a corner when he started focusing on religion more and didn't want to get involved in the groupie scene," the source explained. "It's probably going to be hard for Kim now [that] he's confessed publicly in his music, and his kids will one day understand what those lyrics mean."
The co-parents previously seemed to be on good terms when Kardashian played a part in the third Donda listening party last month. They recreated their 2014 wedding at the August 26 event, where she wore a Balenciaga wedding gown. West "was dead set on Kim playing a big role in his album release, and it didn’t take much persuading to get her on board," an OK! insider spilled.
"It’s not just because he sees her as his muse," the source added. "It’s obvious he’s trying to get Kim to [reconcile]."
"She wants more than anything to maintain a loving and close relationship with Kanye for their sake," the source added. "Kanye’s using that as leverage. Plus, he’s pouring on the charm and making her feel like a bona fide princess."