Kim Kardashian was not “caught” cheating with Chris Paul, sources tell Page Six, debunking Kanye West’s claim in his latest Twitter tirade.
“This is not true, and sadly it’s an ongoing pattern with Kanye — attacking Kim to redirect everyone’s attention after a day of crazy antics where he has said every hateful and offensive thing he can possibly dream of,” an insider says, referencing the disgraced rapper’s anti-Semitic “Infowars” interview Thursday.
“He has a history of falsely accusing her of also having affairs with Meek Mill, Drake and countless others,” the source continues, accusing West of “deflecti[ing] his own awful behavior” with attempts to “abuse and slut-shame” his ex-wife.
“She wants to be left alone so she can focus on the well-being of their children,” the insider adds.
West, 45, took to Twitter for a wild rant on Thursday night before his account was suspended again due to “incitement to violence.”
Moments before his social media profile was deactivated, West wrote, “Before we get outa here, I caught this guy with Kim. Goodnight.”
The tweet included a photo of Paul, an NBA player who has been married to Jada Crawley since 2011.
The athlete, who shares son Christopher, 13, and daughter Camryn, 10, with his partner, has not addressed the allegation, and his rep has yet to return Page Six’s request for comment.
When West previously accused Kardashian, 42, of cheating on him with Mill — who denied the accusation — he later apologized.
The Grammy winner asked the reality star to “forgive” him via Twitter, adding, “I know I hurt you. … Thank you for always being there for me.”
Their marriage officially came to an end after months of anti-Semitic language from West, which had him temporarily banned from Twitter and Instagram in October, condemned by waves of celebrities and cut from numerous business partnerships.
On Thursday, West made headlines for telling Alex Jones that he likes Adolf Hitler and sees “good things” in Nazis.
The “Gold Digger” performer went on to post a campaign ad for the 2024 presidential run he announced last month, which included a swastika.
West was subsequently pulled from the platform.