Kanye West is continuing to publicly talk about sharing custody of his four kids with estranged wife Kim Kardashian. Just a day after criticizing the reality star for allowing their daughter North West to use TikTok, the rapper claimed his ex is preventing him from taking their little ones to Chicago for a basketball game.
Taking to Instagram, Kanye wrote, “I want to bring my kids to my hometown of Chicago to see my Basketball team play for 7 thousand people and Kim is stopping that how is this joint custody?” Additionally, he shared a throwback photo with his late mother Donda, who passed away in 2007.
Meanwhile, on Friday, Kardashian and Kanye were embroiled in a bitter war of words all over social media after the rapper said North was being put on TikTok ‘against his will.’ Kardashian reportedly has strict rules when it comes to her eldest’s TikTok use, including not allowing her to have the app on her own phone after she went live without her permission in December.
Additionally, the elementary school student must have adult supervision to use her TikTok account, according to TMZ. The row started as the father-of-four shared a picture of his eldest child on Instagram asking in the caption, “Since this is my first divorce I need to know what should I do about my daughter being put on TikTok against my will?”
However, Kim hit back on her Instagram slamming Kanye’s ‘constant attacks’ on her, accusing him of causing their family ‘pain’ in a lengthy statement, where she referred to herself as the ‘main caregiver.’ Kanye then responded again, screenshotting Kim’s statement and posting another response saying, “What do you mean by the main provider? America saw you try to kidnap my daughter on her birthday by not providing the address.”