Kanye West Targets His Own Daughter In Explosive Interview

Another day, another Kanye "Ye" West drama — only this time, he's taking aim at his own daughter. West clearly hasn't had the easiest time of things since he and his now ex-wife Kim Kardashian went their separate ways in 2021, and has repeatedly courted controversy via questionable interviews, social media posts, and public outbursts.

Just a few examples of those? In no particular order, West repeatedly appeared to wish harm upon comedian Pete Davidson during his romance with Kim, got into a war of words with Kim's sister, Khloé Kardashian, on Instagram, and had eyebrows raising across the world when he wore a shirt with the words "White Lives Matter" written across the front. But that's not all. West also hit the red carpet with Kim's sex tape partner Ray J at an event for Candace Owens, and spread rumors his former mother-in-law, Kris Jenner, supposedly once got intimate with Drake. Yeah, we told you he'd courted a whole lot of controversy post breakup.

Things seemed to take an even bigger turn for the worse in October though, when West made some surprising remarks about his and Kim's youngest daughter, Chicago.

Kanye West claimed Chicago will be 'a blessing or a problem'

The Kardashians are probably going to want to cover their ears for this one, as Kanye "Ye" West struck again with his inability to stay tight-lipped. The rapper went viral for remarks he made during his October "Drunk Champs" interview, as he claimed, "Chicago is either going to be a blessing or she going to be a problem." The dad of four then suggested she may be getting outside influences, sharing, "I feel like Hulu, and I feel like Kris are trying to turn her into a problem." Hulu, of course, is home to "The Kardashians" and Kris appears to be Kris Jenner.

Though West didn't share why he thinks that about his young daughter, this is hardly the first time Chicago has been brought up publicly by her dad. A few days before the interview, West had claimed in a since deleted Instagram post he'd supposedly had not been invited to Chicago's birthday party back in January. Per People, that inspired Khloé Kardashian to clap back in the comments section.

As for Kim, she appears to be staying pretty quiet, at least publicly, amid West's outbursts, but his latest claims came mere days after she shared an adorable video on Instagram showing Chicago and her brother, Psalm, rapping along to their dad and XXXTentacion's hit, "True Love." The clip showed the two singing in the car as a sassy Chicago informed her brother of the right lyrics.

The Kardashians are reportedly done with Kanye West

While Kim Kardashian appears to have been trying to keep her issues with Kanye West private, she has spoken about his outbursts before. Back in March, "The Kardashians" star opened up about how she's been attempting to co-parent with West, stating on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," "I'm always just hopeful, and no matter what goes on, it's the father of my kids. I'll always be protective. I always want my kids to just see the best of the best... As hard as it can be sometimes, I do try to ignore it and try to do whatever's best for the kids. Take the high road."

Aside from Khloé Kardashian's Instagram message, the rest of the family also appear to be trying to take the high road, though insiders have claimed that they're pretty much done with the rapper at this point. Despite the gang always reconciling with West following his past outbursts, it sounds like there's little chance of the "Jesus Walks" rapper ever being welcomed back into the fold — particularly with Khloé or Kris Jenner — despite him being the father of Kim's children. "There [is] no salvaging the relationship that he had with Kris," a source claimed to Hollywood Life in October. "She is the grandmother to his children and the lack of respect was shocking to her, as well as incredibly hurtful. When Khloé tried to ration with Kanye, he then attacked her and put her on blast."

Kanye West reportedly hardly sees his children

How much Kanye West actually sees his kids in the wake of his split from Kim Kardashian has been speculated a whole lot, though a source claimed back in February that the rapper hasn't really been spending much time with any of his children since Kim filed for divorce. "Kanye needs to stop asking the internet how to parent and actually start being one. He hardly sees his children and is incredibly inconsistent," the insider told Page Six at the time.

Since then, West has spoken out about wanting to spend more time with his children, but claimed during a lengthy and pretty candid appearance on "Good Morning America" in September — mere weeks before he called out Chicago — that, as a father, he didn't think he'd been given as much say in his kids' lives as their mother. "As a dad and as a Christian. And I have a right to have a voice on what my kids are wearing, what they're watching, what they're eating," he said, claiming he was speaking out for all dads who don't feel like their voices are being heard. "I'm their dad. It has to be co-parenting. It's not up to only the woman. Like, men have a choice also. Men's voices matter," he added.