Kim Kardashian’s latest contemplations on her eldest daughter’s burgeoning presence on the popular social media platform TikTok have undoubtedly resonated with many, as she openly acknowledged the validity of Kanye West's concerns. In an illuminating feature for Time magazine's esteemed "2023's Most Influential Companies" issue, the renowned celebrity provided insights into North West's collaborations with the talented rapper Ice Spice.
Delving into their eldest child's vibrant interactions with the mesmerizing wordsmith behind "Munch (Feelin' U)," Kim unveiled a captivating tableau of captivating costumes, mesmerizing drawings, spellbinding lip-syncing performances, and, occasionally, content that can be deemed as remarkably mature for her age. With refreshing candor, Kardashian shared with the publication, “The moment I read the lyrics, I knew we had to pull the plug,” In doing so, she humbly acknowledged the chorus of web users proclaiming, "Kanye was right." She further emphasized, "In this particular instance, perhaps he was."
Among the thought-provoking videos that raised eyebrows, one stood out for its controversial nature, depicting the audacious 10-year-old gracefully mouthing the lyrics to Ice Spice's chart-topping anthem "In Ha Mood." In a brief snippet, she confidently rapped, “Bae, I’m not stayin’, I just wanna play. In the party, he just wanna rump. Big boobs and the butt stay plump.”
Another captivating clip showcased North impeccably dressed as Ice Spice, flawlessly lip-syncing to the lyrics of "Boys a liar Pt. 2" while proudly donning the iconic Bronx rapper's emblematic chain.
Kanye West's concerns regarding his daughters' online presence are by no means novel or unfounded. In the year 2022, he sparked a fervent conversation by sharing a snapshot of a video posted on their joint account, poignantly captioning it as North be “being put on TikTok against my will.” Regrettably, along with various other photos on his page, it was subsequently removed due to a series of contentious posts that followed.
In response to Kanye's unwavering critique, Kim Kardashian valiantly expressed her stance through an emotionally charged Instagram Story, asserting that the ongoing barrage of attacks from Ye himself was proving to be more detrimental “than any TikTok North West might create.”
Despite North's active participation on TikTok, the ever-doting mother Kim Kardashian recently divulged in a captivating interview with the esteemed Angie Martinez on her engaging "IRL" podcast that her young prodigy solely accessed the app through her own device. With an unwavering passion for fostering her daughter's creativity, she passionately proclaimed, “She loves making slime videos and doing her little hair tutorials, and I will fight for her to be creative,”
In a world where digital platforms continue to play a prominent role in shaping young minds, Kim Kardashian's introspective musings and unwavering support for her daughter's artistic pursuits serve as a poignant reminder of the complexities and challenges faced by parents in the age of social media.