Kanye West stated that he and his ex-wife Kim Kardashian had a “nice meeting” after they disagreed about the educational environment they should provide for their children.
Ye, 45, recently published a conversation between the parents in which he criticized the SKIMS star and her mother, Kris Jenner, for saying where his black children go to school.’ They made Ye’s comments in a message sent to the parents. However, it appears at this time that the ice may have begun to defrost somewhat.
The rapper posted the following message on Instagram: “Hi people, I’m baaaack.” I apologize for the delay in posting; I just returned from a productive meeting with Kim concerning the schools.
However, Ye used the rest of the post to attack his so-called foes, including an executive from Adidas named Daniel Cherry, Kid Cudi, and Pete Davidson, who is Kim’s ex-boyfriend. During the contentious phase of the couple’s divorce, Kim begged Ye to refrain from publicly revealing the contents of the private text conversations exchanged between the two of them.
However, he did exactly that in his most recent outburst about the schools his children attend. It is rumored that Kanye West wants his children North, nine, Chicago, four, and Saint, six, to transfer from the private school in Los Angeles where they are currently enrolled to his recently opened Donda Academy, a Christian school that he has named after his late mother.
North is currently nine years old, Chicago is four years old, and Saint is six years old. The rapper’s response to Kim, which was captured in a snapshot of their conversation, stated: “You do not have a say in where the kids go to school.
“Y’all have no right to make judgments about the education of my black children or the schools in which they enroll.” Kanye West said in an email that Kim and her crew “will not do playboy and sex tapes.” He was referring to Kim’s video with Ray J, in which she covered the song “Playboy.”
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In a different post on Instagram, he also expressed his dissatisfaction with the fact that the children’s school was educating its pupils about Kwanzaa. This holiday honors the traditions of African Americans. The rapper from Stronger was heard angrily asking, “What the f*** is Kwanzaa, and who made that bulls*** up?”