Kanye West is still pushing for his kids to attend Donda Academy.
The second part of the “Heartless” rapper’s interview with Tucker Carlson aired on Friday night, and West, 45, made it clear he isn’t willing to “compromise” when it comes to his four kids’ education.
“All they do is take all the celebs kids and throw them into this same school,” the rapper said about his kids’ current school, Sierra Canyon, claiming that the administration tries to “indoctrinate them.”
“Right now we’ve come to a compromise — but I’m not finished because I don’t compromise — but we’ve come to a compromise that my kids come to my school after school and they learn choir.”
Ye explained that oftentimes he needs to “act like a…
He claimed, however, that his youngest son, Psalm, has already been influenced because he once questioned why he needs to do choir at Donda when he doesn’t even go there.
“I sat there with [Psalm] and he came in and said, ‘why do I have to sing? I don’t even go to your school,’” the rapper told Carlson, adding that he doesn’t feel like he has a say in how his kids are developing.
“So imagine a 16-year-old version of that guy, or the 26-year-old version of that guy, where the father doesn’t have a sayso of what the kids are watching, what the kids are wearing, what the kids are eating, or who the kids are hanging out with.”
Since the reality star filed for divorce last year, West and his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, have been arguing about how to raise their kids
Currently, the four kids go to Sierra Canyon full-time and then do extracurricular activities at Donda. While Ye might not agree with all of Kardashian’s parenting techniques, he previously admitted that the Skims founder has their kids “80 percent of the time.”
Th fashion designer — who shares North, Saint, Psalm and Chicago with Kardashian, 41 — has been vocal about his disdain for the kids’ private school — which he helped pick out.
Last month, the rapper shared screenshots of his text messages with an unidentified person (presumably Kardashian) in the midst of a social media tirade.
“No, we need to talk in person, you don’t have a say so of where the kids go to school. Why you get say say? Cause you half white?” one of the texts read.
In another message the rapper reiterated this idea, writing, “Y’all don’t have say so over my Black children and where they go to school.”
However, less than 24 hours later, West claimed that “co-parenting” was going well after he suggested the “idea” that his kids could spend three days at their private school and the other two days 15-some miles away at his school.