Only positive vibes here.
While Rob Kardashian's deeply sad and stressed, his sister Kim's in a much different headspace. When Jay Z's album 4:44 got released, Kardashian took his lyrics to heart. When he rapped, specifically, his apologies to the mother of his daughter and twins, Kardashian felt a rush of emotions. Even though she grimaced at the verses about her spouse, Kanye West, she also felt hope. If a hip-hop legend and his wife, Beyoncé, could survive cheating scandals, then Kardashian and West could survive their trials and tribulations, too.
How '4:44' Helped Kim Kardashian
"She does admire how he and Beyonce have put their relationship through the wringer and come out on the other side even stronger. She looks at herself and Kanye the same way. They could have thrown in the towel so many times but just like Jay and Bey they have fought to keep their relationship strong and now they are in a really great place," Hollywood Life reports.
Kardashian and West underwent an unsavory 2016. Kardashian suffered a traumatic robbery that stole more than just millions of dollars in jewels; the thieves stole her sense of safety, not to mention serenity. However, a few weeks later, West angered thousands of people when he erratically ranted and raved onstage, which resulted in his hospitalization. Even though the couple seemed happy and healthy, their lives secretly fell apart. The stars worked hard to pick up the pieces, and, even though 4:44 touched more so on infidelity rather than mentality, the body of work profoundly impacted Kardashian.
How '4:44' Scares Kim Kardashian
However, Kardashian's doubts still loom large.
Since the mega-millionaire dissed West, particularly on the song "Kill Jay-Z," Kardashian fears her husband may experience another "nervous breakdown." Beyoncé and her family might be in a good place, but Kardashian and West are still adjusting their lives after an unfortunate year. They might be unfamiliar with adultery, but they're definitely familiar with other marital woes, like mental illness. They can afford solutions, though.
Instead of tours or television, the stars need plenty of margaritas, rest, and make-up sex.