WATCH | Kim Kardashian rubbishes claims she stopped Kanye from seeing their kids

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Recently, Kanye West shared that Kim Kardashian West's security did not allow him into her house after an attempted visit, thereby barring him from seeing their four children: North, Saint, Psalm and Chicago. 

Kim, who filed for divorce in early 2021, has now spoken out, saying she is "upset" at claims that she stopped her estranged husband from seeing his kids. 

In an exclusive interview with Hollywood Unlocked, Ye told Jason Lee that security was between him and his children. 

"That's what was not going to happen," West said. 

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However, Kardashian West only admits to trying to set healthy boundaries and asks for her right to privacy to be honoured. 

The 41-year-old mother of four told People that Kanye can no longer enter her home without her permission and, while The Insider noted that the American rapper wasn't allowed inside Kim's home on one particular day, Kim rejects the accusations that she stopped Kanye from seeing the kids, picking them up or dropping them off. 

Watch the video for more information. 

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