Kourtney Kardashian Spends Time with Niece Chicago Amid Kanye West Drama
Kourtney Kardashian chose to strengthen her spot as Chicago’s best aunt by spending quality time with the tot amid Kanye West's controversial drama.
Despite the ongoing chaos in the Kardashian-West home, Kourtney Kardashian has made it clear where her priorities lie.
Kim had to travel down to her and Kanye’s Wyoming ranch after her husband publicly apologized for the controversial tweets that he put out.
Captioned, “Raise your hand if Auntie Kourtney is your favorite,” the images showed Chicago comfortably nestled in the crook of her aunt's arms.
While the 41-year-old showed off her excitement by raising her hand in one photo, Chicago appeared more content with holding on to her dolls.
The post has since gotten more than two million likes, with 6,000 comments from fans and family members, including Khloe Kardashian, pointing at how “adorable” the pair appeared.
It would seem that Kourtney has been spending more time with Kim’s kids following the online storm that Kanye West started after his controversial tweets — most of which have been deleted.
Nearly a week ago, Hollywood Life reported that Kourtney and two of Kim’s children — Saint West and North West— took a break from reality by vacationing in a harborside community.
At the time, the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star shared some views from their location— Balboa Island in Newport Beach, California — with the caption, "haven’t been back since I was a little girl and it hasn’t changed.”
The sweet pics and videos showed Kourtney, her daughter, Penelope Scotland Disick, and Kim’s children having a good time as they went sightseeing on the island.
The businesswoman and media personality’s trip came soon after an insider exclusively informed the outlet that,
“Kanye decided to go to the hospital to get checked out. Upon his arrival, Kanye decided he’d rather be seen at home. He headed back to his home — an ambulance followed.”
The rapper previously suffered a backlash after he disclosed during a presidential campaign session in South Carolina that he and Kim almost aborted North's pregnancy.