- Kim Kardashian West recently came out as scolding North West for streaming it live on TikTok without permission.
- Kardashian West said on the Barry Weiss podcast that her daughter privately apologized.
- She also said that she believed her daughter would continue to break the rules the same way she did.
Kim Kardashian West doesn’t expect Northwest life to be streamed on TikTok without permission last time the 8-year-old broke the rules regarding social media.
Kardashian West recently appeared to berate her eldest daughter after North went live on TikTok, with the pair launching a joint account in November, without permission. During the live broadcast, as Insider previously reported, North took a tour of the family’s home before going into her mother’s room and telling her she lives on TikTok.
In an interview on the podcast “Honestly With Barry Weiss,” Weiss asked Kardashian West if it was “inevitable” for North to follow in her rule-breaking mother’s footsteps when it came to social media. “Sure,” Kardashian West said.
“I mean, North West is Kanye West’s daughter,” Kardashian West said. “Forget it, she’s his twin. So she would definitely do all of the above. But in my house, there are rules.”
Kardashian West Wei, formerly known as Kanye West, shares North and three younger children – Saint, Chicago and Psalm.
Kardashian West is known as the “Internet locomotive,” as The Guardian referred to her in 2020, particularly in moments like the popular 2014 Paper Magazine cover that showed champagne cascading from bottle to glass perched on her buttocks, above her head in the process.
Kardashian West said that in the wake of the live TikTok incident, North felt “really bad” and apologized.
“I saw on TikTok that I got in trouble and I’m really sorry,” Kardashian West said. I have got it. “
Kardashian West filed for divorce from Ye in February, and filed on December 10 to be legal single, TMZ reported. The day before Kardashian West’s final deposit, on December 9, Yi asked Kardashian West to “run to me” in a performance of his song “Runaway” at the Free Larry Hoover Concert to cash in.