Kanye Posts and Deletes Demand for Public Apology From Kardashian Family Over Daughter’s Birthday

The artist formerly known as Kanye West took to Instagram to share his frustration, demanding the “entire family” apologize in a post that's since been deleted.

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The artist formerly known as Kanye West is expecting an apology from the Kardashians after he claims his former in-laws didn’t give him the address to his daughter Chicago’s birthday party in January. 

Ye took to Instagram to share his frustration and demand the “entire family” apologize. The post has since been deleted.

“I still need a public apology from the entire family for this,” Ye wrote in an all-caps caption on a screenshot of a text exchange, seemingly with a family member, where he asked for the same. “You [give] everything you got to someone then they try to bully you and then say they won’t apologize. It’s up till they all take accountability. Every woman there including [Corey Gamble].” 

The text exchange showed Ye sending “positive vibes” to the person on the other end before telling them he needs that apology. West tagged several of his former in-laws in the post such as Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, and Kris Jenner—as well as people outside the family like former President Barack Obama, Vice President Kamala Harris, and Ellen DeGeneres, per BuzzFeed

Back in January, Ye shared a video explaining the circumstances surrounding his daughter Chicago’s birthday party. In the clip, he said he reached out to multiple family members and others in their circle, hoping someone would give him the address.

“I done call Kim, texted nannies, I got on the phone with Tristan [Thompson],” he said. “He asked Khloé [why] won’t nobody give me the address to my daughter’s birthday party right now. That’s gonna imprint in her mind that I wasn’t there for her. You get what I’m saying?”

After the video surfaced, Ye was soon spotted at the party, which seemed to be a joint celebration with Travis Scott and Kylie’s daughter Stormi Webster. Ye thanked his many-time collaborator for giving him directions and allowing him to enter. 

“I just gotta shout out Travis Scott for sending me the address and the time and make sure I was able to spend that birthday memory with my daughter, to be there with the rest of the family,” Ye said. “I just saw everybody. … It’s just a matter of having a conversation, open dialogue, and everyone just had a great time and I’m just really happy I could be there.”

Sources previously told Page Six that Kim was “shocked” by his claims and that they “pre-agreed to have two separate events and it was his idea.” Ye’s latest public demand for an apology comes amid a back-and-forth over their eldest daughter North West and her TikTok usage

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