The 44-year-old rapper went on a tirade over the weekend, slamming Kim's boyfriend Pete "Skeet" Davidson and his encourage while publicly declaring his love for his estranged wife.
But days ago, Ye was ranting over the fact his oldest child was on social media without his permission.
According to the Grammy winner, he told Kim he doesn't want North "wearing lipstick on TikTok." That didn't stop the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star from allowing their daughter to "express her creativity in the medium that she wishes with adult supervision."
While Kanye didn't like that Kim continued to allow North on TikTok, he essentially did the same thing over the weekend.
Ye took North and his 6-year-old son, Saint, to his Sunday Service. To the surprise of fans, when he went live on Instagram, he put his daughter front and center.
A smiling North could be seen walking down the dark pathway towards her daddy's camera as Alicia Keys played in the background.
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North wasn't the only West sibling in the frame. Saint was in it too. After the service, Kanye took both children to the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium to watch the Los Angeles Rams defeat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 — where North was once again on the big screen.
Ye grabbed attention when he showed up to the biggest football game of the year with a mask on his face. The black cloth-like cover featured tiny holes for him to breathe but didn't give him much room to see.
North looked bored out of her mind — unlike Judd Apatow, who sat feet away from Kanye and hilariously gave fans a play-by-play of Ye at the game.
On Sunday, Ye didn't just change his tune about putting North on social media. He made it clear that he wants to get "back together" with Kim.