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Kanye West says that 'my children ain't going to be on TikTok without my permission'

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Kanye West stated that he does not want any of his four children to have TikTok accounts without his permission.The 44-year-old rapper made the comment during an interview with Jason Lee for an episode of Hollywood Unlocked,while noting that he is taking a more active role in his kid's lives.West's oldest daughter North, aged eight, has been the focus of attention for maintaining a TikTok account over the past few months.

In control:Kanye West stated that he does not want his children to have TikTok accounts without his permission; he is seen earlier this monthWest had made his opinion on TikTok clear during an alleged incident at Kardashian's home on Monday, where he had his 'two female cousins' speak to Kardashian's 'security' on his behalf.

He 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 Stronger rapper then remarked that, although he was used to having his personal life become the center of attention, he was particularly sensitive about the public's perception of his children.

Online:The performer's oldest daughter North, aged eight, has been the focus of attention for maintaining a TikTok account over the past few months'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 said.'It is going to be all legal, it is going to be all legal, baby.

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