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Kim Kardashian slams her $60M LA mansion with Kanye as a ‘money pit’ in ‘constant construction’ on KUWTK during divorce

KIM Kardashian slammed her $60MILLION Los Angeles mansion she owns with Kanye West as a “money pit” on tonight’s KUWTK. 

The reality star made the harsh comment about her pricey pad as she explained why her home is “constantly” in construction with luxurious additions. 

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On Thursday’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim, 40, had mom Kris Jenner over as she searched for a new house of her own. 

She told the momager: “You’re going to love this area. I’m doing an LED screen the size of the blue outline. 

“The whole wall will be a TV. And then getting a big run and a huge circle couch that’s like a U and super deep.”

The SKIMS founder then showed off her living room that was completely covered in plastic wrap as a large hole sat in the middle of her wall. 

“I have never known you to not be in construction in this house since you bought it,” Kris, 65, said. 

“I know. It’s the money pit,” Kim responded with an annoyed tone and eye roll. 

The family matriarch then reminisced on the time Kim and her then-husband lived with her after they bought the house when it was initially under construction.  

“When I walked in here and saw you doing all this work, it reminded you of when you and Kanye moved in with me. 

“It was so great, I love those times,” she said to her daughter, appearing to get emotional. 

Years before they would end up getting a divorce, Kim and Kanye, 43, - who share the home with their four children - purchased it for $20 million in 2013.

They spent the following five years making extravagant renovations that costed millions before they would eventually move in.

The massive house boasts two kitchens, two pantries, several freezers and a huge walk-in refrigerator.

Last February, the ex couple sat down to share the inspirations behind their minimalistic designs - which has often been mocked by fans as "morgue like" - in the new issue of Architectural Digest.

Kanye said the "futuristic Belgian monastery" style of the house was "inspired" by his firstborn daughter, North.

The couple also revealed they had renovators RIP out the two swimming pools which already existed in the garden when they bought the mansion.

Instead, they opted for a huge pool which is rumored to have set them back $50,000 - however, Kim admitted she has NEVER been inside of it.

She then brought up the fact the home does not have a hot tub, and explained how the couple turned their pool into a huge hot tub instead.

The former couple's home boasts a hallway swathed in off-white plaster and a living room with matching off-white seating surrounding a limestone cocktail table.

Their kitchen is equipped with a spacious island that sticks with the monotone theme.

Nearly every inch of the home was designed by Kanye along with home interiors Axel Vervoordt, and Claudio Silvestrin.

Kim explained how the Grammy winner even designed details such as the bathroom sink: "So the sink, Kanye drew this. Kanye, Axel Vervoordt, and Claudio Silvestrin.

"Claudio was the one who said it should be separated from the wall because it used to be up against the wall but we thought it'd be cooler this way.

"Eight versions of this prototype sink were made and it does actually slightly slope down, and you can see there's a slit for the water and it goes in.

"You can put it as high pressure as you want and no back-splash will come up," Kim explained in a video tour of her restroom.

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