Kanye West wants to create Christian version of Tik Tok

‘I’ll call it Jesus Tok’: Kanye West wants to create Christian version of Tik Tok after feeling ‘disturbed’ watching videos with daughter North, 7

Kanye West wants to create a Christian and child-friendly version of social networking service Tik Tok. 

The musician said he had been watching the social networking video site with his daughter North, seven, and was ‘disturbed’ by some of the things he saw. 

Kanye, 43, tweeted on Monday: ‘A vision just came to me… Jesus Tok. 

‘I’ll call it Jesus Tok’: Kanye West revealed he wants to create Christian version of Tik Tok after feeling ‘disturbed’ watching videos with daughter North, 7 (left)

Something to say: The musician took to Twitter on Monday evening to reveal his thoughts 

‘I was watching Tik Tok with my daughter and as a Christian father, I was disturbed by a lot of the content but I completely loved the technology.’ 

He then wrote: ‘We pray we can collaborate with Tik Tok to make a Christian monitored version that feels safe for young children and the world in Jesus name. Amen.’ 

TMZ report that this seems a little strange given some of the lyrics in Kanye’s songs. 

They quote 2018 hit, I Love It, which features the lyrics: ‘They had to fake orgasms and s***” and You’re such a f***in’ ho, I love it.’ 

Proud dad: Kanye was quite the doting father Monday in a sweet photo with his oldest child North, as they enjoyed some quality time in a gorgeous setting

On Sunday, Kanye was supported by his wife Kim Kardashian, 39, following his mental health battle and bizarre last-minute presidential bid.

Kim attended his popular alternative church event Sunday Service returned for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, set against a gorgeous Wyoming backdrop.

She posted videos to her Instagram Story, beginning with a wooden piano in a grassy field with valleys in the background, as she wrote: ‘Guess what’s back?!?!’

He is risen: Kim Kardashian supported husband Kanye this weekend, as his popular alternative church event Sunday Service returned for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic

‘Where is he?’ their oldest daughter North asked of Kanye before yelling across the field: ‘Dad!’ 

Kim wrote as the group began to sing hymns: ‘Sunday Service is back!!!! Starting at the ranch in Wyoming.’ 

It comes after Kim and Kanye got away with North, Saint, daughter Chicago, two, and son Psalm, one, to Colorado and the Dominican Republic, working on their marriage.

A source told HollywoodLife: ‘Kim and Kanye are getting along just fine right now. It’s all for the kids so they’re not getting into anything about their relationship. Most of their conversations are about the kids. Nothing has changed between them. 

Supportive wife: She’s standing by her man after reportedly considering a divorce, amid a series of marital issues and mental health concerns over his bizarre last-minute presidential bid

Kim flew to Wyoming last month following some concerning tweets and statements, including that they considered aborting their pregnancy with North.

A source told People: ‘Kim is very torn. The last thing she wants is to be divorced with four kids. 

‘She knows that she will be fine financially, but her concerns are the kids and the partnership. She is moving towards a divorce, but who knows if she will actually sign papers.’ 

Kanye wrote on Twitter at the time: ‘I would like to apologize to my wife Kim for going public with something that was a private matter.

‘I did not cover her like she has covered me. To Kim I want to say I know I hurt you. Please forgive me. Thank you for always being there for me.’ 

Family getaway: Kanye and Kim, 39, got away with daughters North, Chicago, two, sons Saint, four, and Psalm, one, as they worked on their marriage, amid his bizarre last-minute presidential bid

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