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In an interview with Jason Lee for Hollywood Unlocked, the father of four was adamant that he wants to take an active role in his children's lives.
More specifically, he wants there to be 'no security' between himself and his children.
West was referring to an alleged incident at the Kardashian home where security blocked him from seeing his kids.
Ye recalled: "I said, 'I need you to go and say these two things: Security ain't going to be in between me and my children, and my children ain't going to be on TikTok without my permission'."
The 44-year-old insisted that - although his personal life has always been subject to media scrutiny - he doesn't want North, Chicago, Saint and Psalm to get the same treatment.
Kanye added: "They can go on SNL and make jokes, they can make jokes in the media, they can plant stories, about whoever I am dating and whatever I want to do
"I can tell you straight up, don't play with my kids."
He went on to say: "It is going to be all legal, it is going to be all legal, baby.
"You are not going to gaslight me, thinking it is going to be calm like this."
Eight-year-old North currently shares a TikTok account with her mother Kim, 41 with the user tag @kimandnorth.
The page was created last November and already has over five million followers and over 53 million likes.
Content wise, it's mainly filled with videos of the two spending some quality time with each other at the house.
Recently, Ye was featured in The Game's new single 'Eazy', where he sends some shots to Kim's current boyfriend Pete Davidson.
He says: "God saved me from that crash.
"Just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a** (Who?)"
Kanye also raps about this new girlfriend Julia Fox and says: "And my new b***h bad, I know Illuminati mad."
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