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Fashion choice or political statement: North West was caught on camera with her father wearing a black shirt with a Star of David and a cross

Kanye West has already caused a stir on the Internet by speaking with an anti-Semitic flavor, was blocked on Twitter and had time to return.

But it seems that the storm cloud will continue to accompany him in the near future.

Now, he has been pictured in public with his daughter North West from his previous marriage to Kim Kardashian, wearing a shirt with a Star of David and a cross.

According to gossip website TMZ, Kanye picked up North West from school last Tuesday wearing the unusual shirt.

The shirt also included the words: Donda and the date 8.5.2021.

Donda is the name of Kanye West's tenth studio album released in August 2021.

North West Wears Star of David on Shirt While Shopping with Kanye West.

— Zack (@QueensIceZ) November 30, 2022

Just this week, CNN reported on the draft divorce agreement between Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

As part of the agreement, West will pay Kardashian, the mother of his four children, a fixed alimony amounting to $200,000 a month.

The money will be transferred to Kim's bank account at the beginning of each month.

On top of that, it was determined that Kim and Kanye would equally share the expenses of their children's education and security.

Gossip site TMZ reported that custody of the offspring will be split equally between the parents.

Although in practice, nine-year-old North, seven-year-old Saint, four-year-old Chicago and three-year-old Sam are still with their mother about 80 percent of the time.

West, it seems, has no problem with that.

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Source: israelhayom

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