“It’s not just women. Men have a choice. Men’s voices matter,” he says as the full interview airs.
Kanye West He opens up about co-parenting issues he faced with his estranged wife Kim kardashianEspecially when it comes to educating their children.
In an interview with News lettersWhich aired in full on Thursday night rapper – who’s sharing north9, the Saint6, Chicagoand 4 and psalm3 with Kim – Explain why he wants their kids to be there Donda Academya private, pre-kindergarten through 12th grade Christian school in Simi Valley, California that he founded.
“I have a voice and I don’t agree with certain things. As a father and a Christian. I have a right to have a say in what my kids wear, what they watch and what they eat,” Kanye—who goes with Yi—said Lynsey Davis of ABC News. “I have a platform where I can say what not many parents can say out loud.”
After pointing out that there is what he calls a “parallel distinction” between the way he is treated as a businessman and as a father, he said, “I want my kids to go to Dunda and I have to fight to say that because they’ve just been programmed. It’s just like, “Hey, all the kids are going to Sierra Canyon.” No.
He noted, “I’m their father. It should be co-parenting.” “It’s not just about women. Men have a choice. Men’s voices matter.”
The Yeezy founder later added that he “absolutely” wanted his children to attend Donda Academy which he described as a “Bible School”.
He said, “The schools started with rich people using Aristotle to educate their children.” “You can have teachers for specific things and turn your kids into geniuses. If your kids are geniuses, promote that, and they’re three grade levels advanced. That period of theta between four and eight kids can learn the most… It’s about normalizing the kids and making sure they integrate.” In the community “.
“Yes, if you ask me, children should go to my school and that should be supported,” he added, which Davis said if the idea was “supported” by Kim. Kanye claimed it wasn’t. “It’s definitely not supported,” he said.
The “Thank God” singer added that celebrities are “very distracted by what the internet just said about us and what we do online or what we should be doing in our careers,” noting that “it’s tough here.”
“It’s very difficult to raise a family, but then we have to maintain the image… keep our cars and our houses, our clothes, and all that, without realizing that all the time there is this thing that hurts you when you have to yell about what your kids are wearing or you have to say That’s a million times over.”
Kanye also said he and Kim, 41, “have dealt with a lot of frustrations,” but noted that it brought “a lot of protection” to the reality star when they first started dating. “God is calling me not to release that. It’s still there,” he told Davis, before issuing an apology to Kim, whom he married in 2014. Kim filed for divorce in February 2021.
“This is the mother of my children, and I apologize for any pressure it has caused me, even in my frustration, because God calls me to be stronger,” he continued. “I need this person to be as less stressed and as better, sane, and calm as possible so that they can raise these kids at the end of the day.”
“It’s not about another media headline,” Kanye added. “A lot of times, people go in to get these click baits…there are some responsibilities that I still feel need to be taken on by the whole family about how we present ourselves.”
The Grammy winner said the family needed to “present ourselves with the highest level of nobility” in “everything” they do. “When we’re in a position to say, ‘Do we want our kids to go into this? And it’s not just our kids, everybody’s kids, because we’re using an impact on everybody’s kids to see the product that saves us the homes in front of us are eight hundred million security guards.”
And he added, “Knowing that whoever is given, much is required.”
Kanye then issued an apology to Hulu and Disney – Disney, of course, owns Hulu, the streaming device on which “The Kardashians” is broadcast. He said, “I’m sorry Hulu, I’m sorry Disney. It didn’t work.” “Even when I’m out of the house, I’m still the head of the house.”