According to TMZ, Kim Kardashian is "baffled" by Kanye West's claim that he was denied entry to Chicago's fourth birthday party.

Over the weekend, Ye claimed his ex was attempting to keep him away from Chi's joint birthday party with cousin Stormi Webster by claiming in a video that he "wasn't permitted to know where her party was."

"I'm just wishing my daughter a happy birthday outside in public," the rapper said as he appeared to be driving around to discover the party. After praising Kim for being a "very honest, down-to-earth person," Trump then accused her of playing "games," despite the fact that there is "nothing legal" when it comes to their four children's custody: North, Chicago, Psalm, and Saint.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has broken her silence on the matter in a tweet overnight, telling her followers: “Stop lying Kanye.”

Kim and Kanye - who were married for five years before splitting in 2018 - share North, Saint and Chicago together. They also share seven-year-old daughter North and five-year-old son Psalm, while Kim also has a two-year-old daughter with her current beau, rapper Travis Scott; Stormi.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star tweeted: “Stop lying Kanye” in response to the contentious claims made by Ye.

In a video posted online, Kanye claimed Kim was trying to keep him from attending their daughter North’s fourth birthday party.

Kanye made the claims as he drove around Chicago with his sister-in-law Khloe Kardashian for a new episode of 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians.' He also claimed there is nothing legal in place when it comes to their children's custody.

Kim has since responded with two tweets, writing: "You sound so crazy right now" and "Just stop lying, Kanye."Kim Kardashian hasn't released a statement or spoken out about Kanye West's claim that she was trying to keep him away from Chicago's birthday party.