After the Yeezy designer, 44, complained that his ex was allowing the pair's 8-year-old daughter North to post TikTok videos "against my will," Kardashian posted a lengthy message on Instagram to shut down his claims.
It all started when West shared a screenshot from North's TikTok to his Instagram page, asking his followers what he should do about his firstborn being allowed to use the app without his approval. "SINCE THIS IS MY FIRST DIVORCE I NEED TO KNOW WHAT I SHOULD DO ABOUT MY DAUGHTER BEING PUT ON TIKTOK AGAINST MY WILL?," the rap star wrote in the caption.
The former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was clearly having none of West's antics and posted a response shortly after to explain herself while slamming her estranged hubby for airing out their dirty laundry.
"Kanye's constant attacks on me in interviews and on social media is actually more hurtful than any TikTok North might create," the SKIMS founder, 41, wrote in her post on Friday, February 4. "As the parent who is the main provider and caregiver for our children, I am doing my best to protect our daughter while also allowing her to express her creativity in the medium that she wishes with adult supervision — because it brings her happiness."
"Divorce is difficult enough on our children and Kanye's obsession with trying to control and manipulate our situation so negatively and publicly is only causing further pain for all," she continued. "From the beginning I have wanted nothing but a healthy and supportive co-parenting relationship because it is what is best for our children and it saddens me that Kanye continues to make it impossible every step of the way."
"I wish to handle all matters regarding our children privately and hopefully he can finally respond to the third attorney he has had in the last year to resolve any issues amicably," the reality star concluded.
As OK! previously reported, West first expressed his disapproval of his daughter's TikTok account during his recent interview with "Hollywood Unlocked," where he claimed Kardashian was "poking the bear" by allowing the videos.
"Don't have my daughter wearing lipstick on TikTok, or don't have her on TikTok at all, if I'm not there to approve that," he seethed at the time. "It was done without me knowing and it happened again so I feel like it's poking the bear, trying to antagonize me or create this 'crazy' narrative."