The tit-for-tat started with a post from Kanye asking for advice about how he should proceed in his divorce regarding North having a TikTok account.
“Since this is my first divorce I need to know what I should do about my daughter being put on TikTok against my will?,” Ye wrote.
Kim quickly put out a message of her own stating that North uses TikTok as a means of self expression and creativity. While she added that the account, which is under Kim and North’s names, is only used under adult supervision, Kanye pulled out the social site’s user guidelines in an effort to prove his point.
“To sign up for TikTok, you must first pass though an age gate to get you into the right TikTok experience,” the guidelines read. “In the US, if you’re under 13 years old, you’ll be placed into our TikTok for Younger Users experience which has additional privacy and safety protections designed specifically for this audience.”
Kim and Kanye’s back on forth led to Ye posting some serious allegations against his estranged wife. According to Kanye, Kim allegedly tried to “kidnap” their daughter Chicago by not giving him the address to her birthday party a few weeks ago.
Ye also alleged Kim accused him of being on drugs once he arrived to the party, and accused him of stealing while he was inside of her house.
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