Kanye West eviscerated Khloé Kardashian on Instagram Wednesday after she dared to defend her sister Kim Kardashian’s parenting.
The Yeezy fashion designer addressed most of the Good American co-founder’s claims, starting by resurfacing his previous allegation that the Kardashian-Jenners “kidnapped” his daughter Chicago.
“You are lying and are liars yall basically kidnapped Chicago on her birthday so she could remember her father not being there,” West began his all-capital-letters tirade against Khloé, written alongside a screenshot of her previous comment.
“So there yall also threw a party before Psalms birthday when I was flying back from Japan to be there for his birthday and the first I heard about it was seeing pics of the party on line,” the rapper continued, referencing his and Kim’s youngest child.
“Also I should see my children 100 % of the time but since there’s a separation it should have been 50% of the time ya’ll wouldn’t have played with Donda like that in Jesus name,” he concluded, invoking his late mother, Donda West.
Khloé, 38, felt compelled to comment on West’s Instagram earlier Wednesday because he had once again tried to tear “Kimberly down” and used their family to “deflect” from his White Lives Matter shirt controversy.
The “Revenge Body” alum also slammed the Grammy winner, 45, for bringing up the “birthday narrative … again” after he reiterated that he was excluded from Chicago’s January party.
“Enough already,” Khloé wrote. “We all know the truth and in my opinion, everyone’s tired of it.”
Khloé claimed West knows “exactly where” his four children, North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3, are “at all times” despite his aforementioned “separation” from Kim, 41.
She added, “YOU wanted separate birthdays. I have seen all of the texts to prove it. And when you changed your mind and wanted to attend, you came.”
Khloé said she and West could take their conversation private, but clearly he had no interest in that offer.
As of publish time, neither Kim nor Khloé has responded to West’s latest attack.