Kanye West thanks Travis Scott for ‘giving him address’ to daughter’s birthday party

Kanye West has been using Instagram Live to provide update on the situation between him and Kim Kardashian

Kanye West thanks Travis Scott for ‘giving him address’ to daughter’s birthday party (Image: GETTY)ByZara WoodcockShowbiz Reporter

  • 17:23, 16 Jan 2022
  • Updated20:24, 16 Jan 2022
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Kanye West has thanked Travis Scott for giving him the location of where his daughter Chicago's birthday party was being held.

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The All Falls Down rapper previously claimed that his estranged wife Kim Kardashian didn't tell him where the four-year-old's party was taking place.

He filmed an Instagram Live in his car and said he had to wish Chi a happy birthday publicly due to the 'games that were being played'.

However, it seems that everything turned out great as the star was seen talking to Kris Jenner during the adorable bash held at Kylie Jenner's Hidden Hills home.

After leaving his daughter's party, Kanye updated fans on his Live and said he was 'so happy right now'.

"I just got to shout out to Travis Scott for sending me the address and the time and making sure that I was able to spend that birthday memory with my daughter to be there with the rest of the family," he explained.

Kanye was seen at Chicago's birthday party
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He thanked Travis Scott for giving him the address
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"I just saw everybody; Kris, Corey and Kylie – Kylie let me in when I got to the spot because security stopped me once again when I got there."

The rapper continued: "It’s just a matter of having a conversation, open dialogue and everyone just had a great time and I’m really happy that I could be there for my children and I just thank everybody for their support in this situation because it’s letting me just calmly and legally take control of my narrative."

Along with Chicago, Kanye and ex Kim share children North, eight, Saint, six, and Psalm, two.

Things have turned sour between the former couple in the last few months.

Kanye asked his online followers for support before getting the address to Chi's birthday party.

He said: "I was just wishing my daughter a public happy birthday. I wasn’t allowed to know where her party was, there’s nothing legal that’s saying that this is the kind of game that’s being played.

"It’s the kind of thing that really has affected my health for the longest and I’m just not playing. I’m taking control of my narrative this year."

The duo split early last year
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Kanye claimed Kim's security didn't let him into the house earlier this week
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He continued: "I’m being the best father — the Ye version of a father — and I’m not finna let this happen. … Chicago, Happy birthday. I love you and I’m just putting this online because I need y’all’s support."

According to Kanye, he attempted to call Kim, nannies, Khloe Kardashian as well as her baby daddy Tristan Thompson.

In the last few days, the musician has had trouble accessing Kim's house to see his children.

The star recently claimed that the security guards at Kim's house 'stopped him' from seeing his offspring.

He had picked up his children from school and was trying to drop them off when the alleged incident occurred.

"Earlier this week, Monday, when I went to go pick my kids up from school, the security stopped me at the gate," he said.

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