Kanye West Airs Out Kim Kardashian Over Daughter’s Birthday Party Ban – Only To Show Up Anyway

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Kanye West may have gotten a few laughs from the general public with his verse on The Game’s ‘Eazy.’ Still, on Saturday (January 15), the mogul/rapper temporarily found himself on the outside looking in of his daughter Chicago’s fourth birthday party.

The drama began when West took to social media on Saturday (January 15) to wish his daughter a happy birthday publicly and explain why he couldn’t attend the party.

“I wasn’t allowed to know where her party was,” West proclaimed. “There’s nothing legal that’s saying that this is the kind of game that’s being played. This is the kind of thing that really has affected my health for the longest and I’m just not playing. I’m taking control of my narrative this year. I’m being the best father—the Ye version of a father—and I’m not finna let this happen.”

He continued, “I done call Kim [Kardashian], texted nannies, I got on the phone with Tristan [Thompson]. He asked Khloé [why] won’t nobody give me the address to my daughter’s birthday party right now. That’s gonna imprint in her mind that I wasn’t there for her. You get what I’m saying? They been takin’ fathers out of the homes purposefully,” he says. “So I’m speaking up. I’m using my voice to say this ain’t going to keep happenin’.”

Despite the claim he was denied entrance at the party, Ye did indeed appear at the birthday party. However, the video rant caught Kim Kardashian off guard, according to Page Six as there were supposed to be two birthday parties for the third of Ye and Kardashian’s children.

“Kanye was always supposed to have Chi at 4,” the source explained to the outlet. “They pre-agreed to have two separate events and it was his idea. Kim was shocked that he went on live accusing her when it was his idea to begin with to have two separate parties. She was going to have hers early in the day and he was throwing Chi her own separate party. No one was trying to stop him from coming.”

The birthday party was a combined effort for Chicago and Stormi Webster, Travis Scott’s daughter and in an homage to her father, Stormi’s bounce house was outfitted in the shape of her head similar to her father’s.