Are you able to keep up with all of this?
Kanye “Ye” West took to Instagram on February 4 to criticise his ex-wife Kim Kardashian for allowing their daughter North to have a social media account, nearly a year after the couple’s divorce was finalised. I need to know what I should do about my daughter being forced to post videos on TikTok against my will, he posted on Instagram alongside a screenshot of the 8-year-newest old’s TikTok video. “SINCE THIS IS MY FIRST DIVORCE,” he wrote alongside a screenshot of the 8-year-latest old’s TikTok video.
Kim, who is in charge of the account, which has 5.5 million followers, responded very instantly with a thorough statement.
On her Instagram Story, she commented, “Kanye’s constant attacks on me in interviews and on social media are actually more hurtful than any Tikor North could possibly create.” For the sake of our daughter’s happiness, I am doing everything I can as the parent who is the primary provider and caregiver for our children. At the same time, I am allowing her to express herself creatively in any media she chooses under adult supervision.
The mother of four, who married the rapper in 2015, went on to express her displeasure with the rapper’s public attack. “It is stressful enough for our children to go through a divorce; Kanye’s preoccupation with trying to control and manipulate our situation so negatively and publicly is just making things worse for everyone,” she wrote to her almost 300 million followers. “I have wished for nothing more than a healthy and loving co-parenting relationship from the beginning because it is what is best for our children, and it saddens me that Kanye continues to make it hard at every turn.”
In the end, she expressed her desire to handle all things with our children in private, hoping that her ex-husband would react to the third attorney he had retained the previous year and that any concerns could be resolved amicably.
When Ye got home from work that day, he reacted to Kim’s note by asking, “What do you mean by main provider?”
During the first month of the partnership, North has posted videos of her braces and handbag collection, as well as clips of her with her family, which includes sister Chicago West, 4, who is also in the partnership. North’s 12-year-old cousin Mason Disick expressed anxiety after she livestreamed a tour of Kim’s home without permission in December, causing him to text her mother about it. It might be beneficial if Mason talked to Kim about it. “She felt horrible, and I don’t think she’ll do it again,” Kim said. “However, talking to her about it could be beneficial.”
This isn’t the first time Ye has expressed dissatisfaction with North’s social media presence. In a January interview, he confessed that “my children ain’t going to be on TikTok without my consent,” and that “I’m not going to let them.”
During the interview, he also revealed some personal facts about his co-parenting relationship with Kim, including the fact that he was once prevented from entering Kim’s home after picking up the kids from school. At the time, a source with knowledge of the situation told E! News that “Kim has established ground rules. It’s her residence. Kanye cannot just show up at someone’s door unannounced, which is exactly what occurred. After all, he did come over, but security refused to let him in. It is up to him whether or not to see the children, and he is always permitted to do so. He has the ability to view them whenever he wishes.”
He, on the other hand, continues to publicly attack Kim. Just a few weeks ago, he turned to Instagram to complain that he had not been invited to Chicago and Stormi Webster’s joint birthday celebration. (However, a few hours later, he showed up at the party.)
“When E! News asked about Kim and Kanye’s relationship at the time, a source said the two were “not on speaking terms.” The source added that the SKIMS founder was “very furious” that Kanye was “continually talking about family problems on social media.” He believes that he still has complete access to Kim and that he has no limitations. She had had enough of it.”