Kanye West threatens ex Kim Kardashian over their kids in explosive interview & warns their custody battle is ‘not over’ | The Sun

KANYE West has threatened the battles with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian- including the debate over where his children go to school- are not over yet.

In part two of his interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson, the rapper again brought up his objections to the exclusive private school his children attend.

"What they do is take all of the celebrities, the actors and the basketball players, and throw them in this one school, and they indoctrinate the kids," the Kanye claimed to the the host on Friday.

"My son, Psalm, is brilliant.So right now, they are looking to figure out how to indoctrinate him to make him be another part of the system."

The hitmaker has said before he wants his children at his own Donda Academy.

Kanye then turned his attention to ex-wife Kim, and a "compromise" the two have over where their children go to school- one he seems to agree with.

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"Right now we have a compromise," he said, promising, "but I’m not finished 'cause I don’t compromise."

Kanye previously threatened to take legal action against Kim to gain more control of their four children amid their ongoing feud.

Last month, the 45-year-old took to Instagram to attack his estranged wife in repeated posts, many of which focused on the pricey private school his children attend.

One post threatened to get the courts involved, with the music star writing: "I was driven crazy before I'm not going crazy no more It's not up to Calabasas or Hulu where my kids go to school."

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He went on: "I'm not the crazy one here. It's up!

"I won't stop until I have a say so on my kids no matter what it legally takes."

He captioned the post: "Come and get me. I'm a man of God.

"The father's job is to be the bad guy some times."


Kanye continued his attacks against Kim on the Tucker Carlson show on Thursday, when he told the host he blames Kim for using ideas from his brand, Yeezy, for her brand, SKIMS.

He also slammed the reality star's shape wear company for using "sexualized imagery."

"I had a lot of issues with the imagery of Skims," he began.

"There was a lot of imagery that was overly sexualized and things I would not wanna see my wife and my daughters doing to sell their product in the future."

Kanye then spoke about his involvement in the early days of SKIMS, which was founded in 2019 when they were still married.

"Skims is based on a lot of the Yeezy ideas," he claimed.

"I had to use my relationships in fashion in order to establish Kim so fashionable people would say 'I’m down to wear Kim’s line.'"

He also claimed that that he was not aware that Josh Kushner owned a 10% stake in SKIMS, while he owned 5%.

Kanye shares four children, including daughters North, nine, and Chicago, four, with Kim.

The two were divorced in March.


Kanye has never been shy about speaking his mind, and in 2020, even announced that he was running for president.

That year, he ran as an Independent candidate alongside Wyoming preacher Michelle Tidball, but ultimately lost in the general election.

When asked why he wanted to run for president, he explained: "It’s when I was being offered the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Awards at MTV.

"I remember being at my mom’s house, my mother-in-law, because my house was being worked on, she calls me ‘son’ and I call her ‘mom,’ I was in the shower, thinking, I write raps in the shower."

"It hit me to say, ‘You’re going to run for president,’ and I started laughing hysterically, I was, like, this is the best, I'm going to go out there and they’re going to think I'm going to do these songs and do this for entertainment, how rigged awards shows are, and then say I’m going to run for president," Kanye added.

"And I just laughed in the shower, I don’t know for how long, but that’s the moment it hit me.”

While he might have been on the ballot as an Independent, he had previously claimed that he was a member of the "Birthday Party."

At the time, he explained to Forbes the origin of the name: "Because when we win, it’s everybody’s birthday."

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