After claiming that North West is on TikTok against his will, Kanye West posts TikTok User Guidelines.
Whew! Kanye West puts his foot on Kim Kardashian’s neck and isn’t going anywhere! After Ye voiced concerns about their daughter North West having her own TikTok account on Friday morning, the Wests exchanged some messages on social media, and things rapidly became heated.
The tit-for-tat began with a post from Kanye seeking guidance on how to continue with his divorce in light of North’s TikTok account.
“Because this is my first divorce, I’m not sure what I should do about my kid being forced to use TikTok,” Ye wrote.
Kim quickly responded with a tweet of her own, claiming that North uses TikTok to express herself and be creative. While she clarified that the account, which is under Kim and North’s names, is only used with adult supervision, Kanye cited the social media site’s user guidelines to back up his claim.
The requirements state, “To sign up for TikTok, you must first pass through an age gate to get you into the correct TikTok experience.” “In the United States, if you’re under the age of 13, you’ll be placed in our TikTok for Younger Users experience, which includes additional privacy and safety features tailored to this demographic.”
As previously reported, Kanye’s feud with Kim resulted in Ye making severe accusations against his estranged wife. Kim allegedly tried to “kidnap” their daughter Chicago by failing to provide him the address to her birthday party a few weeks earlier, according to Kanye.
Kim allegedly accused Ye of being on drugs when he came to the party and of stealing while he was inside her home, according to Ye.