Kayne West has begged Kim Kardashian to “come back” to him during his second Donda event last week.
The forty-four-year-old gave an emotional performance during his second Donda album streaming event, held once again at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
West played his new track, titled Love Unconditionally, which hears him beg Kim Kardashian, who was present at the show, to “come back” while talking about the importance of family.
The song’s emotional lyrics are believed to be alluding to the couple’s divorce, with the rapper singing: “Never abandon your family”, “I’m losing my family” and “She’s screaming at me, ‘Daddy, how could you leave?'”
Later in his performance, Kanye dropped to his knees as he sang: “I’m losing all my family, darling come back to me.”
As per the Daily Mail, West also introduced a new song in which he alluded that Kim was “still in love.”
“Time and space is a luxury but you came here to show that you’re still in love with me,” he sang.
And if that wasn’t enough to spark interest in a potential reconciliation for the former couple, then their matching outfits might be.
During the first listening party, Kim attended wearing a red ensemble very similar to what Kanye wore on stage, and the second time around, they matched outfits once again as she wore a similar all-black Balenciaga outfit.
The event comes after Kim Kardashian filed for divorce earlier this year.
In an episode of Keeping up With The Kardashian, Kim opened up about the struggles they had been facing as a couple.
“I honestly can’t do this anymore… Why am I still in this like, place where I’m stuck for years? Like, he goes and moves to a different state, every year, I have to be together so I can raise the kids, you know?” Kim said.
She also admitted that she believed Kanye “deserves someone that can go support his every move, go follow him all over the place and move to Wyoming,” something she “can’t do.”
“He should have a wife that supports his every move and travels with him and does everything.”
Despite their split, the former couple have remained friends and continue to work together as they co-parent their 4 children, North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm.