Kim Kardashian Admits 'Maybe Kanye West Was Right' After North Dressed as Ice Spice on TikTok
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Back in March, the SKIMS founder faced backlash after her 10-year-old daughter could be seen dressing up as the femcee and lip-syncing a few lines from 'Boy's a Liar, Pt. 2' in one TikTok video.

AceShowbiz - Kim Kardashian opens up about her parenting pitfalls with Kanye West. In a new interview with TIME magazine, the reality TV star discussed her and her ex-husband's different take on letting daughter North West on TikTok as well as her decision to delete a video of North dressing like Ice Spice.

Speaking to the magazine, Kim admitted, "I think it's always tough when you're co-parenting and someone wants something and someone doesn't." "The Kardashians" star continued, "I would say, the Ice Spice videos. [North] said, 'Mommy, can I post this?' I was out of town so I had my nanny was there and allowed it."

"As soon as I saw the words, I was like, 'Oh no, we're taking this down.' She would totally understood. So, I think that's the trial and error sometimes," she added. "I saw on the internet, [people saying] 'Kanye was right,' and maybe he was in that instance."

Despite that, Kim insisted that nothing is wrong by letting North on the popular video app. "She loves making slime videos and doing her little hair tutorials, and I will fight for her to be creative," the SKIMS founder stressed.

Back in March, North made headlines for dressing up as Ice Spice and lip-synced a few lines from her and PinkPantheress' song "Boy's a Liar, Pt. 2" in one TikTok video on her and her mom's joint account. Fans quickly slammed Kim for it as they thought it was inappropriate for North to sing the song. Some of them recalled Ye's 2022 sit-down with Hollywood Unlocked's Jason Lee in which he said, "My children ain't going to be on TikTok without my permission."

In her new interview, Kim also said that it was North who made the Ice Spice and SKIMS collaboration come true. The 41-year-old revealed that her daughter is a huge fan of the "In Ha Mood" femcee, noting that the 10-year-old always listens to her song in the car on the way to school.

"I was like this is the moment where I feel really old where my daughter is now teaching me what's cool," she explained. "I then had the idea to put her in a SKIMS campaign."

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