Kim Kardashian trolled for listening to Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ on mute

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Kim Kardashian was busted for listening to estranged husband Kanye West’s new album, “Donda,” on mute on Sunday.

The KKW Beauty founder, 40, posted screengrabs of the album playing on her iPhone — specifically “Hurricane,” “Donda,” “Lord I Need You” and “Ok Ok, Pt. 2” — with the volume turned all the way down. Fans of course, quickly noticed this detail and immediately began calling her out on social media.

“kim really said kanye’s music sounds [so much] better when it’s on mute,” one fan wrote on Twitter.

“kim kardashian posting screenshots of her listening to kanye’s new album on MUTE is taking me out,” another joked.

Kardashian has since deleted the muted grabs and reuploaded new ones with the volume turned up.

But the damage was already done. Internet trolls seized the opportunity to roast Kimye, with one suggesting, “That’s what Kanye did during the course of their marriage: listen to Kim on mute.”

“Yes Kim, that’s exactly how Kanye’s songs should be heard, on mute,” someone else tweeted.

Kardashian’s muting snafu comes two days after she shocked fans by appearing in a wedding gown at West’s listening event on Friday in Chicago.

The couple appeared to “remarry” as Ye’s “No Child Left Behind” played in the background. Not only did the stunt spark reconciliation rumors, but the estranged pair were later seen holding hands while leaving the venue.

West is even telling his music industry friends that he and Kim are back together, a source told Page Six exclusively on Sunday.

However, the source said that “everybody knows that isn’t true” and alleged West is “putting on a big show” so he can beat Drake in record sales.

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