While they may seem like they live on a different planet from the rest of us for the vast majority of the time, world-famous rapper, Kanye West, and his wife Kim Kardashian, appear to struggle with at least some of the same parenting issues as the rest of us.

Taking to Twitter to air his grievances this weekend, Kanye touched on a topic that irks many parents in our digitally-obsessed age and didn't hold back when sharing his perspective on the matter.

Referring to his adorable daughter North in a criticism against certain app features, the soon-to-be- dad-of-two said: "F*ck any game company that puts in-app purchases on kids games!"

Obviously perturbed by a recent bill, the Stronger singer, who wed wife Kim in May 2014, continued: "That makes no sense!! We give the iPad to our child and every five minutes there's a new purchase!!!"

38-year-old Kanye went on to slam the controversial function and used his social media channels to say what the vast majority of parents have thought on many occasions.

"If a game is made for a two-year-old, just allow them to have fun and give the parents a break for Christ's sake," he wrote.

It seems Kanye, who boasts a whopping 15 million followers on Twitter, has struck a chord with his legions of die-hard fans, who were quick to offer their support.

In agreement with the star's viewpoint, fans have favourited the tweets almost 100,000 times since their publication, with many retweeting the star's unusually relatable point of view for the benefit of their own followers.





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