As Kanye, 44, shared a series of videos that suggested the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum, 41, has been antagonizing him and refusing to abide by their 50/50 custody agreement, Pete, 28, reportedly sent him a series of messages, requesting he “grow the f-ck up” and telling him to “get help.”
“Yo it’s Skete… Can you please take a second and calm down… It’s 8am and it don’t gotta be like this,” Pete’s messages began. “Kim is literally the best mother I’ve ever met. What she does for those kids is amazing and you are so f-cking lucky that she’s your kids mom… I’ve decided I’m not gonna let you treat us this way anymore and I’m done being quiet. Grow the f-ck up.”
“Oh you using profanity… Where are you right now?” Kanye replied, according to screenshots shared by The Shade Room on Instagram.
“In bed with your wife,” Pete shared.
Kanye then told Pete he was “happy to see you’re out of the hospital and rehab,” which prompted Pete to give him some advice.
“Same here. It’s wonders what those places do when you go get help. You should try it… I’m in LA for the day if you wanna stop being little internet f-ck boy and talk,” Pete wrote.
Shortly after the text messages were leaked, reportedly by Pete’s writing partner, Dave Sirus, fans took notice of what appeared to be a “Kim” tattoo on Pete’s chest.
Amid the leaked text messages, Kanye shared a number of videos in which he recounted a recent call he had with Kim.
“Hey everybody. I just got off the phone with Kim. I told her to stop antagonizing me with this TikTok thing. I said, ’It’s never again. I am her father.’ I know ya’ll don’t respect fathers and the idea of family and media tries to promote something. I said, ‘I’m not allowing my daughter to be used by TikTok, to be used by Disney. I have a say-so,’” Kanye said, giving a nod to eight-year-old daughter North’s use of the social media platform.
Although Kanye has been warned that his public rants against Kim could be used against him in court, he pointed out that he didn’t even have a say in his kids’ schooling.
“I didn’t have a say-so on whether or not they went to Sierra Canyon. Most men do not… There’s no such thing as 50/50 custody in society today. That’s not even… It always leans towards the mom,” he explained.
Kanye then said that while he hoped all his children, including six-year-old Saint, four-year-old Chicago, and two-year-old Psalm, would be able to attend his Donda II release in Miami, especially after getting them a flight, Kim informed him North would not be coming.
“This is the kind of stuff that’s just like the Chicago birthday party and I’m glad that y’all saw, in the Variety piece, what I have to deal with. Here go another thing: The Doves High School basketball game. We hold one in California. My daughter loves basketball. I want her to see the league that her father’s starting. North can’t go to that game. Now we got Sunday service this morning at 10 a.m. and it’s, ‘North had a sleepover so she can’t come to Sunday service,'” Kanye continued.
Also in the video, Kanye expressed concern in North “singing she fell in love with an emo girl” before taking aim at leftists and other celebrities who have criticized him.
“Leftist don’t want fathers to have no say in our childrens lives. I don’t want my kids at godless Sierra Canyon school. I got a voice and I’m not having this,” he declared. “And Perez Hilton you still ain’t answer my question. And never put my name next to the word abuse. Don’t play with my name like that. I’m a real person who wants the best for my children. And DL Hughley is a pawn. Yeah I know a king not supposed to address a pawn but I address everything and find addresses DL. So don’t speak on me or my children. I can afford to hurt [you].”
In another post, Kanye shared a message he sent to Kim.
“When I say bring my kids somewhere… I’m not going through this no more… Why the f-ck it up to you where my kids are if we so called have joint custody?” he asked.
And in the caption of the message, he insisted that he no longer wants to reconcile with his former spouse.
“My dad won’t even call Kim. I don’t speak to most of my family because they been allowing this kind of behavior. I am in no way trying to get this woman back. I’ve moved on with my life. I just feel culturally there’s a bunch of white privileged people forcing the upbringing of a bunch of black children. I seen a bunch of celebrities speak up against me. But ain’t been no one other than Candace Owens that ever said that any of this bitter baby mama behavior is wrong,” he stated.
The Kardashians will begin streaming on Hulu on April 14.
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