The whole world has been watching Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's public, messy divorce. Kanye has been publicly sharing details of their split and in his recent Instagram videos he spoke about their daughter's social media use and attendance at his weekly Sunday Service.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian tied the knot in 2014 and announced their divorce in 2021. Since Kim started dating comedian Pete Davidson, Kanye has been making various videos about their relationship and what it means for his children. Just this morning Kanye posted a video on Instagram in which he declared that there's "no such thing as 50/50 custody" and he refuses to allow his daughter North to "be used by TikTok." He also had something to say about his estranged wife's new boyfriend.
Kanye West Points Out That Pete Davidson Has a Tattoo of Hillary Clinton
In one of his recent Instagram videos, Kanye prays to God for protection of his children. "You protect my children," he prayed. "The devil ain't gonna win." While many people in the media are quick to label Kanye as mentally unwell, he wants everyone to know that he is frustrated with how little influence he has in his daughter's life and that he is trusting God to bring his family back together.
At the end of his prayer he mentions something about Pete Davidson's tattoo. "Kim gets black people out of prison," he said. "You know who puts black people in prison? The person that the boyfriend has a tattoo of — Hillary."
Kanye mentioned this connection previously in a now-deleted Instagram post with the caption, ""WHEN I TAG PEOPLE IM JUST PUTTING TOGETHER THE WEB THERE ARE A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO RUN MEDIA AND THE ELECTION THANK GOD FOR FREE SPEECH."
Today Kanye insists that it's no coincidence that Pete ended up with Kim.
"You understand the set up right here?" he said on Instagram. "You understand the narrative right here? God please in your Son’s name... please make sure my kids come to Sunday Service, amen."
Kanye has spoken about politics a couple times in the past and he mainly talks about free speech and how black people feel pressured to follow a particular political ideology. In his most recent video, he echoed this sentiment again, "I’m a dad, I have an opinion, I’m an American, I’m a Christian, I’m an entrepreneur, and I’m not controlled."
Kim hasn't responded yet to Kanye's posts.