This is how Kim Kardashian upset at Kanye West during quarantine

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The star of E! and her husband rapper have been trained quite well to the social distancing.

As revealed in a new interview with CBS This Morning, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been kept at home, practicing social distancing with their four children, North (6), Saint (4), Chicago (2) and Psalm (9 months). And although she originally thought that this time of quarantine would be somewhat difficult for the rapper Famous, it turns out that he has been enjoying his time at home.

However, that does not mean that the creator of SKIMS not much the worse from time to time.

Watch the video and find out how Kim has annoyed the Grammy-nominated.

On the 19th of march, the founder of KKW Beauty shared a similar message for his followers in Instagram and he urged everyone to practice social distancing. When sharing a photo of her and her sister Khloé Kardashian, Kim wrote, “I Was organizing my photos on my phone and I found this and I miss my sisters, but we are all alienated socially, and we remain far apart from each other separately. It is difficult, but we have to do this for our safety and that of all others.”

She added, “PLEASE, do not ignore the severity of the warnings to stay indoors to stop the spread of this virus. We all will get through this!”

In addition to stay at home, Kim has made charitable contributions to provide assistance to those affected by the virus. On Monday, he announced that his company of girdles SKIMS will donate $ 1 million to help mothers and children affected by this pandemic. In addition, the brand also will donate 20% of all the income of its Cotton Collection to Baby2Baby, a charity that helps feed poor children.

Kanye also made a donation to the Dream Center of Los Angeles, which is a faith-based organization that provides services to underserved communities. Like its older sister, Kylie Jenner donated $ 1 million to the relief efforts of the coronavirus in order to provide the workers with medical supplies and protective equipment they need to help the most affected.