Their Poor Kids! Kim Kardashian Hires Extra Security At Children’s School After Kanye West Leaks Info

Kim Kardashian is prioritizing her children’s safety after Kanye West’s hateful messages and angry rants on social media. TMZ reports. Last week, West (legally known as Ye), 45, shared controversial “White Lives Matter” clothing designs at Paris Fashion Week, publicly attacking and taunting those who spoke out against it, including everyone from Hailey Bieber to Gigi Hadid Fashion Editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson. And he didn’t stop there — he even shared the name of his children’s private school.

Kardashian, 41, shares four children with the rapper — daughter North, 9, son Saint, 6, daughter Chicago, 4, and son Psalm, 3. Loud TMZthe SKIMS mogul is paying for extra security to protect her kids at school – not from their father but from anyone, as he has publicly revealed the name of their schooling.

The “Stronger” hitmaker was on a “fully self-guided press tour,” as page six writes and rants online about how he would like his children to attend his “newly opened Donda Academy,” where parents are said to be required to sign NDAs (despite the fact that the school has yet to be accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges).

Earlier last month, the Yeezy designer said he and his ex-wife Kardashian, 41, had a “good conversation” about their children’s education. The “famous” rapper noted that he proposed his “idea” for the four kids to switch their schooling days to three days a week at their current private school and two days at his Donda Academy in Simi Valley, California. In an Instagram post, West uploaded a screenshot of the text message and captioned it, “This is co-parenting.”

However, it doesn’t seem likely that the former couple are still on the same page, as West sat down for a recent interview with Tucker Carlson and told the television personality that he wasn’t willing to “compromise” if that were the case for the education of his children.

“All they do is take all the celebs’ kids and put them in the same school,” the Grammy winner said of the current private school, claiming the administration is trying to “indoctrinate them.” He added, “Right now we’ve come to a compromise — but I’m not done because I don’t compromise — but we’ve come to a compromise that my kids come to my school after school and learn choir.”