- Kanye West believes that TikTok is not safe for young children and actually the world in general
- The US superstar wants to create his own Christian-monitored version of the app called Jesus Tok
- The rapper said he had a vision of Jesus Tok when he was watching TikTok with his daughter
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Kanye West has taken to social media to share that he wants to create a Christian version of TikTok that "feels safe for young children".
The rich and famous rapper wants to collaborate with the app's creators to make a "Christian-monitored" version he dubbed Jesus Tok. The star revealed that he had a "vision" about Jesus Tok when he was watching TikTok with his daughter.
"A vision just came to me... Jesus Tok... I was watching TikTok with my daughter and as a Christian father I was disturbed by a lot of the content but I completely loved the technology."
"We pray we can collaborate with TikTok to make a Christian-monitored version that feels safe for young children and the world. In Jesus' name, Amen."
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Social media users flooded Kanye's comment section with mixed reactions following his tweets on Monday, August 17.
"Did this man just say Jesus Tok?"
"Sir I would like to purchase this product."
"Yeah and Jesus Tube and Jesus Book and Jesus Twitter!!!"
"Kids shouldn’t be allowed on TikTok, full of groomers and sheep. Not to mention inappropriate content that’s not suitable for their young eyes and minds."
In other news related to Kanye, Legit.ng reported that he took to social media to share that he misses his bestie, Jay-Z.
Kanye and Jay-Z used to be tight back in 2011. They even released a collaborative studio album titled Watch The Throne.
The album had hits such as Otis and No Church in the Wild. The two stars are currently the richest rappers in the world. Kanye took to Twitter recently and let tweeps know that as much as he is doing well by himself, he misses Jay. He tweeted:
"Miss my bro ... real talk."
Since Kanye's tweet, some of his fans have asked the two rappers to make Watch The Throne 2.