Kardashian fans defend ‘weird’ new video of North West dressed as Ice Spice
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Kardashian fans have leaped to the defence of North West after a new TikTok video shows her dancing with her friends to 'in ha mood' by Ice Spice.
In a series of videos, we sees Kim Kardashian's 9-year-old daughter dressed as Spice while singing her hit songs such as 'Boy’s a liar Pt. 2'.
The 23-year-old appeared to make North's day after joining her for a dance on the @kimandnorth TikTok page.
"Just met Ice Spice literally screaming," the text in one of the videos read.
"She is so nice."
We also got to see Kim and Kanye's eldest daughter dress up in an orange afro wig to resemble the singer, while jamming to her tunes with her pals.
However, as expected, some viewers have felt the need to be critical of the videos, with one person commenting: "this is weird."
Another viewer wrote: "These Hollywood moms need to be locked up, why are yalls 10 year old daughters singing songs with 'bet he blowin her back' as the lyrics."
"Stop these cringe 9 year olds," a third person said, while a fourth added: "Maybe Kanye West had a point."
However, many were quick to hit back at these comments, as one viewer quite rightly pointed out: "They’re kids let them be silly. None of you remember when we would record 'music videos' as kids?"
In a reply to the 'weird' comment, one person said: "It's literally not."
Another said: "I want to feel bad about this, but I was listening to My Humps at 7, Young Money's Every Girl at 11, and F***ed My Way Up to the Top at 16."
"It’s literally a cute video of a little girl dressing up. Relax." someone else wrote.
While another commenter called it 'cute' and 'wholesome', adding: "I don’t like that people are trying to turn it into something that it’s not."
Kim has previously opened up about the strict rules she's given to her daughter when it comes to using TikTok.
In an interview on Gwyneth Paltrow's GOOP podcast, the reality star said she only allows her daughter to use TikTok on her own phone, and comments are turned off on the account to prevent North from seeing any abuse from trolls.
The mum-of-four said: "It's not something where she can scroll and look at things. We don't do comments. She’s so innocent in so many ways.
"I found a groove with her TikTok. As long as it's me and her together and I'm there. That works for now. But it's a crazy world, I don't deny that."