Kanye West has publicly asked his ex-wife Kim Kardashian to take their children out of their “fake school for celebrities.”
The exes, who have been divorced since 2021, share four kids: North West, 10, Saint West, 8, Chicago West, 6, Psalm West, 4.
Since their rocky split, the pair have been arguing about how to raise their children.
“Kim take my kids out of Sierra Canyon now it’s a fake school for celebrities that are used by ‘the system,’” the rapper wrote in all-caps on Instagram Wednesday night.
He captioned the bizarre post, “At this point everybody knows what ‘the system’ is code word for. I was removed from my dad by the system and the system removed me from my children.
“When the system drafts athletes they avoid working with those who have their father in their life because they are harder to manipulate.”
“My two oldest know they daddy is,” the “All Falls Down” hitmaker added.
The four kids attend Sierra Canyon School full-time and then have extracurricular activities at West’s Donda Academy — a Christian private school opened by the rapper in 2022 and named after his late mother Donda West.
The musician’s past antics have caused major friction between the exes in recent years, with Kardashian even ramping up security measures for her children during West’s public outbursts in 2022.
The mom of four hired additional security to guard her kids’ private school at the time, but made it clear it was not to protect her progeny from their dad, but because the Yeezy designer revealed the school’s name.
West, 46, has been on a full self-guided press tour ranting about how he would prefer his kids to attend Donda Academy, where parents reportedly have to sign NDAs.
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In Sept. 2022, the “All of the Lights” rapper said he and Kardashian had a “good conversation” about their kids’ education.
However, it appears any headway the former pair had made has come to a screeching halt, as West told Tucker Carlson that he isn’t willing to “compromise” when it comes to education.
“All they do is take all the celebs’ kids and throw them into this same school,” the rapper said about his kids’ current school, claiming that the administration tries to “indoctrinate them.”
“Right now we’ve come to a compromise — but I’m not finished because I don’t compromise — but we’ve come to a compromise that my kids come to my school after school and they learn choir.”