Controversial rapper and presidential candidate Kanye West has devised a way to make TikTok less of a cesspool for sin — by creating a child-friendly, Christian version of the video app.
“A vision just came to me… Jesus Tok,” Tweeted the 43-year-old rapper Monday. The self-proclaimed “Christian Dad” was reportedly inspired after watching TikTok with his daughter and being “disturbed by a lot of the content” despite loving the technology.
Indeed, the clip-sharing platform has been slammed by critics recently for its sordid clips ranging from Nazi-lauding videos to potentially deadly stunts.
Yeezy pledged in a subsequent Tweet that he would “collaborate with TikTok to make a Christian monitored version that feels safe for young children and the world in Jesus’ name.”
It’s unclear what the Messianic makeover would entail, however online detractors pointed out that many of Ye’s past songs have been anything but wholesome.
One Twitter critic quoted West’s 2018 hit “I Love it,” which features the verse “I’m a sick f–k, I like a quick f–k, I like my d–k sucked.”
“Stop using drugs,” wrote another.
If West did decide to give TikTok a divine intervention, it might mirror his own life as of late. His wife Kim Kardashian, 39, recently shared photos of their family attending a Sunday Church Service at the couple’s ranch in Wyoming. “Guess what’s back?!?!” the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star captioned the first of many clips she posted to her Instagram Stories Sunday.
The “come to Jesus” moment comes after the rapper exhibited erratic behavior that led many to question his mental health. In July, West puzzled the nation after submitting a last-minute presidential bid while more recently he claimed that he is trying to divorce Kardashian while also accusing her mother, Kris Jenner, of engaging in “white supremacy.”
Kardashian revealed that West is struggling with bipolar disorder and she is reportedly working to maintain their marriage, per an anonymous source.