After the rapper made it known that he was unable to make decisions for his children, Kanye West, now known as Ye, finally addressed his co-parenting problems with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian. Kanye claimed during an appearance on the talk show Good Morning America that he had to “battle” with Kim to be taken seriously when co-parenting the kids he had with Kim.
I am their father. It must be shared parenting. Not just the lady must do it. Men can make decisions, too. On the program on Thursday, he stated that men’s voices count. The rapper reiterated his claim that he has a “right to have a say” over his children’s future. He and Kim West have four children together: North West, 9, Saint West, 6, Chicago West, 4, and Psalm West, 3. As a parent and a Christian, I am entitled to a say in what my kids eat, watch, and wear.
Even if it meant dividing time between their school and the rapper’s Donda Academy, the Yeezy designer reaffirmed his desire for the children to attend his private Christian school. The voice of something that I co-created was being disrespected in every way, continued Kanye. He compared his falling out with Gap and Adidas to the continuing family troubles. I helped to create the kids. I contributed to creating the product at Adidas. I helped Gap co-create the product. There is also a comparison. The comparison does address prejudice, too.
Kanye apologized to the SKIMS creator for any “stress” he may have caused, despite his opinions on co-parenting. He remarked on the program, “This is the mother of my children, and I really apologize for any stress that I may have caused, even in my annoyance because God requires me to be stronger.” “But moreover, nobody else will be a source of worry either. To be able to raise those kids, I need this person to be as peaceful, mentally healthy, and least stressed as possible.
Kim filed for divorce from the rapper in February 2021, after dating him for seven years. The former couple was then formally pronounced single in March of this year.