North West Transforms Into Dad Kanye West In Tiktok Video: The likeness between North West and her father, Kanye “Ye” West, has always been noticeable, but her most recent appearance takes things to an entirely new level.
North Kardashian, who is nine years old, applied makeup to imitate her father for the most recent TikTok video shared by her and her mother, Kim Kardashian, from their joint account, which is called @kimandnorth.
The appearance is brought to life with a little bit of fake facial hair, exaggerated eyebrows, and a new hairline; nevertheless, the more subtle touches are the ones that sell it: When you zoom closer, you’ll see that there is a contour on the nose, a lower lid shadow that gives the eyes a heavy appearance, and drawn-on lines on the forehead.
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The mother and daughter perform a moment from Kanye West’s music video for “Bound 2” in a short video that lasts only eight seconds. Kardashian does her role again, while North, who portrays Kanye, nails the dead-eye glare he is known for.
However, the video has already been met with criticism, with some viewers claiming that it is “inappropriate” in light of the nature of the original music video from 2013, in which Kardashian is seen famously appearing completely nude. Even though TikTok comments have been disabled, users have taken to Reddit to voice their displeasure with the platform.
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The mother of four recently discussed the strained relationship she has with her children’s father, who was recently banned from both Twitter and Instagram due to antisemitic postings he made on social media. After Kardashian submitted the initial petition for divorce in February 2021, the couple’s split was formalized nearly two years later, in November last year.
In a conversation that took place a month ago with Angie Martinez, Kardashian discussed the challenges associated with being a parent. On the podcast Angie Martinez IRL, she shared the following:
“I could be going through something, but if we’re riding to school and they want to listen to their dad’s music, no matter what we’re going through, no matter what is happening in the world, I have to have that smile on my face and blast his music and sing along with my kids and act like nothing is wrong.” “As soon as I drop them off, I can let out a nice weep,” the speaker said.