Kanye West Continues Quest To Reunite Family After ‘Thanksgiving Prayer’

He shared a photo of him kissing Kim Kardashian during happier times.

Kanye West is still hoping he can reconcile with his estranged wife Kim Kardashian in order to restore his family’s structure.

After posting “Thanksgiving Prayer” on Instagram Story on Thursday (November 25) in a plea to reunite his family, he came back on Friday and posted a picture of him kissing Kardashian during happier times.

The efforts come after Kardashian filed for divorce and and has reportedly moved on with Pete Davidson, Page Six  and TMZ note.

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West on Friday also shared a screenshot of a TMZ story with the headline, “Kanye West Says God Will Bring Kim and Him Back Together, Inspire Millions.” He tagged both Kardashian and the website, the report said.

On Thursday, the superstar music producer shared a video of a choir singing in a dimly lit room while speaking about what makes him a better person. He also reveals his regrets, like running for President of the United States “without proper preparation and no allies on either side.”

West also says of his youngest child Psalm: "My mini-me is a mix of two of my favorite things: me and my wife's face."

Furthermore, Kanye acknowledged many of his “misactions” were “heightened” by alcohol and says his family has had to “endure” his “episodes” in reference to his bipolar disorder.

"I went into a manic episode in 2016 and I was placed under heavy medication," West shared. "Since then, I went on and off the medication which left me susceptible to other episodes, which my wife and family and fans have had to endure."

He also says his political activity caused a lot of friction between him and his wife.

Kanye West also touches on his ego, temper, and other mistakes he’s made during the prayer. Watch the full video below.

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