Kim Kardashian has nothing to say.
The Skims founder posted on Instagram late Thursday that she is in her “quiet girl era” amid a report that her ex-husband Kanye West has remarried.
Her Story featured a quote that read, “I’m really in my quiet girl era, I don’t have much to say. Just much to do.”
However, it appears Kardashian had a change of tune not long after posting it, as she deleted it from her account.
She did choose to keep other cryptic quotes, including one that read, “Just remember, the black sheep usually turns into the goat. Keep doing you.”
It’s unclear whether the “Kardashians” star, 42, posted the “quiet girl era” message before or after news broke of West’s alleged marriage to Yeezy designer Bianca Censori.
The “All of the Lights” rapper, 45, and Censori said “I do” and exchanged wedding rings Thursday, according to TMZ, but the pair failed to a file a marriage certificate, so the union isn’t legal.
The couple, who had been spotted out and about on a few occasions prior to the shocking news, sported bands on their ring fingers as they arrived at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills hotel likely after the private ceremony, which took place in Beverly Hills.
Last month, West released a song titled “Censori Overload” as a direct nod to his apparent new bride.
It’s unclear how long the duo have been romantically involved — West has had a variety of muses over the past year — but Censori joined the Yeezy company in November 2020.
The reported shotgun wedding took place just a couple of months after Ye settled his divorce from Kardashian after seven years of marriage. The former couple share four children: North, 9, Saint, 7, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3.
Aside from the cryptic Instagram messages, the reality star hasn’t commented on the alleged nuptials.