Kanye West deleted all of his Instagram posts criticizing Kim Kardashian after she accused him of 'constant attacks' and public manipulation

Kanye West deleted all of his Instagram posts criticizing Kim Kardashian after she accused him of 'constant attacks' and public manipulation

Kanye responded kims with a series of posts challenging their "joint custody" agreement and accusing the Kardashians of "playing games" with "Black men's lives."

Updated on February 08, 2022 18:40 PM by Andrew Koschiev

After their continuous public feud came to a head this weekend, Kanye West deleted all of his Instagram postings criticizing his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian.

On Friday, Kanye — who is now legally known as Ye — called Kim out on Instagram for allowing their 8-year-old daughter, North, to have a TikTok account, something he expressed displeasure within an interview last month.Ye questioned why North was "placed on" TikTok while directly identifying Kim in a screenshot of North's account."Since this is my first divorce, I'm not sure what I should do about my kid being forced onto TikTok," the caption stated.

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Soon after, Kim — who has kept silent over the months after Ye publicly questioned her parenting approach — responded to her ex's remark in a lengthy Instagram story."Kanye's relentless attacks on me in interviews and on social media is actually crueler than any TikTok North could create," she added, before claiming to be the "primary provider and caretaker" for their four children: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm."As the primary provider and caretaker for our children, I am trying my best to protect our daughter while also enabling her to express her creativity in whichever medium she chooses with adult supervision - because it brings her joy," she added referring to her TikTok account.

"Divorce is painful enough on our children," she continued, "and Kanye's preoccupation with trying to control and manipulate our situation in such a bad and public way is only bringing more anguish for all." "I've wanted a good and supportive co-parenting relationship from the beginning because it's what's best for our kids, and it saddens me that Kanye is making it impossible every step of the way."
As a result, Ye posted a series of messages on his Facebook page over the next few days, challenging Kim's parenting choices and reaffirming his belief that their entire feud is being "one-sidedly controlled."

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Ye questioned Kim's comments on Instagram, writing, "What do you mean by major provider? America witnessed you attempting to kidnap my daughter on her birthday by failing to provide the address" — referring to a previous disagreement they had over their now-4-year-old daughter Chicago's celebration last month.On the day of the celebration, Ye posted several videos saying Kim had refused to provide him the party's address. "I'm just wishing my daughter a happy birthday in front of the whole world," he explained. "I wasn't allowed to know where she was having her party."

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Later that weekend, Ye retweeted multiple screenshots of comments criticizing Kim's remark from right-wing media figure Candace Owens."To hug my children, I shall no longer push my hand through a blender," Ye wrote. "When I was three years old, my mother took me to Chicago and told my father that if he came to Chicago, he would never see me again, so I bought the house next door... I fantasize of a world in which [fathers] can still be heroes."Soon after, Ye uploaded another Instagram post, this time criticizing Kim for not allowing him to take their children to his hometown of Chicago, a topic they've previously feuded over, as shown on Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

"I want to send my kids to Chicago to see my basketball team play in front of 7,000 people, and Kim is preventing me from doing so," he wrote, before asking, "How is this shared custody?"
Ye then released a series of supposed text messages with Kim's cousin, which appeared to prove that they had reached an agreement regarding North's TikTok license.
He commented, accompanying the screenshots, "This is an example of Kim's cousin agreeing with me about TikTok, then proceeding to ask me for some Yeezys afterward."
Ye seems to address the Kardashians more generally in the same message, referring to them as a "complete unit" and stating that he "gave that family the culture."

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He wrote, "This is for every parent on either side [whose] children's destinies are being one-sidedly controlled." "As a father, I don't even have the right to be upset without being labelled [erratic]."He went on to say, "I gave that family the culture." "If they keep playing games with me as a group, I'll reintroduce that culture." A father should never have to beg for his children's whereabouts."Ye then followed up with another post, this time criticizing the Kardashians and accusing them of "playing with Black men's life," an accusation he's made before. Ye appeared to make a dig at the Kardashians for "playing games" and "taking the fathers out the door" when he claimed he wasn't invited to Chicago's birthday party last month.

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"There's a lot of individuals who don't have a voice when people are playing games like this when baby mothers are playing games when grandmas are playing games like this," he stated at the time."Yesterday, Kim accused me of putting a hit out on her, so let me get this straight," Ye posted on Instagram this weekend, returning to the matter.He wrote, "I beg to attend my [daughter's] celebration, and I'm accused of being on drugs." "Then I go play with my son and steal my Akira comic books, and I'm accused of stealing." Now she's accusing me of putting a hit on her."

He went on to say, "These thoughts can potentially get someone locked up." "They play games with Black men's lives, whether it's getting them out of jail or locking them up. "I'm not going to make a joke about my Black kids again."With all of this in mind, things appeared to take a turn on Sunday when Ye said that the global creative director of Apple Music, Larry Jackson — who is also the partner of Kim's former assistant, Stephanie Shepherd — had sent him Kim's phone number.

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"Thank you, @larryjackson, for sending me @kimkardashian's number," Ye captioned a screenshot of their text exchange on Instagram.All of Ye's postings about their fight were pulled from his page shortly after he revealed he'd been sent Kim's number, leading many fans to believe the exes were attempting to settle their differences out of the public view.Another person in Ye's life who received much attention this weekend was his current dating relationship, Julia Fox.

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After seeing she'd deleted several images of the couple from her profile and unfollowed fan accounts based on their relationship, people assumed Julia and Ye had ended their whirlwind affair just a month after becoming public.On the other hand, Julia went online on Sunday to clear up any misunderstandings about her Instagram behaviour.

"Relax, guys. "I unfollowed the fan accounts because I was sick of seeing myself," she explained. Julia stated this in a video on her Instagram account."All of a sudden, Instagram was no longer a fun place," she concluded. "I took the fucking photos off because everyone was like, 'Oh my gosh, you obviously just put photos where you looked beautiful in.'

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