KHLOE Kardashian has urged her fans to “spread love” not “negativity” after Kanye West talked about divorcing her older sister Kim.
The reality star, 35, shared a series of cryptic posts on Wednesday night amid her brother-in-law’s “painful” battle with bipolar disorder.
Khloe posted on her Instagram Stories: “If we could spread love as quickly as we spread negativity, what a wonderful world we would live in.”
The mom-of-one also talked about the importance of “appreciating” what she has this year.
She wrote: “I thought 2020 would be the year I get everything I want.
“Now I know 2020 is the year I appreciate everything I have.”
Khloe also told her followers to “keep going” no matter “how bad things are” in a post on Wednesday that appeared to be directed at Kim.
“Keep going. No matter how stuck you are,” the quote read. “No matter how bad things are. No matter how many days you’ve spent crying. No matter how hopeless and depressed you feel.
“No matter how many days you’ve spent wishing things were different. I promise you won’t feel this way forever. Keep going.”
Khloe seems to be the only one of Kim’s sisters who has showed support on social media since Kanye went on a Twitter rampage against her.
The rapper, 43, left fans shocked when he claimed he has been trying to divorce the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star for two years after she met fellow rapper Meek Mill.
Kanye ranted: “They tried to fly in with 2 doctors to 51/50 me.
“I been trying to get divorced since Kim met with Meek at the Waldorf for ‘prison reform’.
“I got 200 more to go. This my lady tweet of the night … Kris Jong-Un. Lil Baby my favorite rapper but won’t do a song wit me.”
He appears to be referring to the time Kim and Nicki Minaj’s ex Meek Mill teamed up to speak at the inaugural Criminal Justice Reform Summit in Los Angeles in November 2018.
He added: “Meek is my man and was respectful. That’s my dog. Kim was out of line. I’m worth 5 billion dollars and more than that through Christ. But ya’ll ain’t listen to MJ and now ya’ll believe them???”
This is the latest in a long-run of controversial comments made by Kanye in recent days, with the star previously revealing that Kim considered aborting their oldest daughter North, seven.
Bursting into tears at a political rally, Kanye wept: “I almost killed my daughter.”
Kim broke her silence hours after Kanye’s Twitter tirade on Wednesday to admit she feels “powerless” to help her husband.
The 39-year-old called Kanye a “brilliant but complicated person” and asked for compassion from fans in a lengthy post on Instagram.
Kanye’s behavior in recent weeks has raised concerns that he is in the midst of a manic episode caused by his bipolar disorder – a condition he has spoken about publicly in the past.
He has also accused Kris Jenner of “white supremacy” as he shared his private text messages to his mother-in-law.
One read: “This Ye, you ready to talk now or are still avoiding my calls?”
A second said: “This Ye, you wanna talk or go to war?”
He captioned the screenshot: “White supremacy at its highest no cap,” with Kris yet to reply to his messages.
The father-of-four later wrote: “Kris and Kim put out a statement without my approval … that’s not what a wife should do White supremacy.”
He then added: “Says the future President.”