Kanye West is not a fan of the content over at TikTok -- and is thinking about creating a platform titled "Jesus Tok" as an alternative.
"WE PRAY WE CAN COLLABORATE WITH TIK TOK TO MAKE A CHRISTIAN MONITORED VERSION THAT FEELS SAFE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN AND THE WORLD IN JESUS NAME AMEN," he tweeted.
"A VISION JUST CAME TO ME... JESUS TOK I WAS WATCHING TIK TOK WITH MY DAUGHTER AND AS A CHRISTIAN FATHER I WAS DISTURBED BY A LOT OF THE CONTENT BUT I COMPLETELY LOVED THE TECHNOLOGY," he continued.
The idea was met with mixed reviews online. Many felt that Ye's idea would be a boring one.
Last week, President Trump issued an executive order giving ByteDance 90 days to either sell or spin-off its TikTok business in the US.
"There is credible evidence that leads me to believe that ByteDance ... might take action that threatens to impair the national security of the United States," Trump wrote in the order, citing national security concerns.