Kanye West is pushing Donda Academy so hard that he wants his kids to split their time between their private school and his new creation.
The Yeezy fashion designer resumed his Instagram posting Friday morning — mere hours after he decided to have a clean slate — by sharing a screenshot of a text message he seemingly sent to ex-wife Kim Kardashian about their children’s education.
In the exchange, West suggests an “idea” that would see his four kids — North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3 — spending three days at their Los Angeles school and two days 15-some miles away at Donda Academy in Simi Valley, Calif., or vice versa.
“Including field trips busing to educational places,” he texted.
“This is co-parenting,” the “Gold Digger” rapper captioned the post.
Kardashian’s reaction was not included in the screenshot.
West’s post comes after he took to the platform to rant about how he allegedly had no say in his children’s education.
“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?” he responded in one text.
In a second upload, West shared a screenshot of an unidentified person asking him “to stop” posting.
Amid his wide-ranging rant, in which he also called out Hillary Clinton and Mark Zuckerberg, the Grammy winner, 45, confessed to having a porn addiction that he said “destroyed” his family. He also dragged Pete Davidson, who dated Kardashian, 41, for nine months, by urging fans to “ask Pete how those tattoos of my kids doing in the trauma unit.”
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