Rapper Kanye West apparently admitted in a now-deleted Instagram post this week that his porn addiction has ruined his family with Kim Kardashian.
West’s remarks on social media were about where his four children with ex-wife Kim Kardashian, North West, Saint West, Chicago West (surrogacy) and Psalm West (surrogacy) attend school.
“Come and get me, I’m a man of God,” West wrote. “Sometimes a father’s job is to be the bad guy.”
“I used to drive myself crazy. I don’t go crazy anymore,” he continued. “It’s not up to Calabasas or Hulu where my kids go to school. I’m not the crazy person here.”
“I won’t stop until I can say that to my kids, no matter what the law says,” he added.
Kanye West said in another post that he knows a woman who works in the adult industry who seems to be having trouble dressing her daughter.
Kanye West then called out Kim Kardashian’s mother, Kris Kardashian, about how she raised her daughter.
“Don’t let Chris do Playboy like she made it. [Kylie] And Kim Doe,” West wrote. “Hollywood is a giant brothel. Pornography destroyed my family. I deal with addiction. I’m not going to let that happen.”
Kim Kardashian said in an interview last year that she regretted taking nudes for Playboy magazine and warned her younger self not to trust others too much.
Kanye West went on to post a screenshot that appeared to be from the Kardashian family and asked him to stop posting on Instagram because he was feeling stressed.
In one of the screenshots of a text message exchange with someone believed to be Kim Kardashian, West said of his children, “They won’t do Playboy or sex tapes.
“Tell a friend of Clinton to pick me up,” West continued. “I’m here.”
West made the news last week after questioning the validity of his Kwanzaa vacation.
Kwanzaa was founded in 1966 by black activist Maulana Karenga. In 1971, he was convicted of felony and wrongful imprisonment. He is currently the Chair of the Africana Department at California State University, Long Beach. The Kwanzaa festival, which he observed for seven days from the day after Christmas, involves celebrating his seven values in Swahili. Candlesticks are lit every day.
“They teach black kids Kwanzaa in Sierra Canyon,” West wrote, referring to a private school in Chatsworth. “Who the hell is Kwanzaa and who built that bull?” West posted on Instagram. “In any case, everyone lives in LA for the check, so nobody really cares that their child is indoctrinated.”
Hank Berrien contributed to this report.