The 44-year-old rapper went off on his Instagram Friday morning, just days after Kim popped up in yet another TikTok with their 8-year-old daughter. He has expressed his disapproval of their oldest child being on the social media app before, but his estranged wife hasn't listened.
After North's latest video, showing mom and daughter lip-syncing a Rae Sremmurd song, Kanye didn't hold back.
In one swoop, and in all caps, the Grammy winner touched on their polar opposite parenting stances and took a shot at Kim's divorce record.
"SINCE THIS IS MY FIRST DIVORCE I NEED TO KNOW WHAT I SHOULD DO ABOUT MY DAUGHTER BEING PUT ON TIK TOK AGAINST MY WILL?" Kanye wrote.
For those not keeping score — Kanye has only married Kim. They are currently going through a $2.1 billion divorce. As for Kim, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has walked down the aisle three times.
She was married to Damon Thomas for four years before divorcing in 2004. Her second husband was Kris Humphries. She filed for divorce after 72 days of marriage.
Kim said "I do" to Kanye in 2014. After 6 years of marriage and four kids, she pulled the plug on their vows by filing for divorce in February 2021.
TikTok isn't the only thing the duo has been arguing about.
Kanye publicly accused Kim of "banning" him from their youngest daughter Chicago's fourth birthday party. According to the rapper, his ex failed to give him the address to the celebration.
He only showed up because Travis Scott swooped in and saved the day, at least that's the narrative Ye was pushing.
Radar has been told that co-parenting is Kim's #1 focus through this whole divorce ordeal. It's not like Kanye lives far away. He recently bought the house across the street from their family home so he could be close to the kids.
Kim and Kanye share four children. Besides their daughters, North and Chicago, they also have two sons, Saint, 6, and Psalm, 2.