Kim Kardashian caught in bed by daughter North West in chaotic TikTok Live
13 December 2021, 15:50 | Updated: 26 January 2022, 19:49
North West catches Kim Kardashian in bed on TikTok Live
North is pure CHAOS.
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North West caught her mother Kim Kardashian in bed while on TikTok Live, proving the Kardashians are actually human too.
ICYMI, Kim and North launched a joint TikTok account around Thanksgiving and it's safe to say the eight-year-old has officially entered her TikTok influencer era. In a little over two weeks, the account already has millions of followers and the TikTok comments are full of people asking North to share Kim's credit card information or if the Pete Davidson relationship rumours are actually true.
On Sunday (Dec 12), North decided to show her followers her Hidden Hills home (you know, the one she famously insults when she's arguing with Kim…) In the video, North gives us a little tour, showing off those controversial "tampon" Christmas decorations, her baby pink bedroom and an extravagant Sing 2-themed cake, while other children can be heard cackling in the background.
"North is live. North is live. North your live. No, not fair, TikTok live. Not allowed to be live," a child, who looked like North's cousin Reign Disick, warned.
Well, North didn't listen. After showing off every inch of her house, North decided to disrupt her mother, who is tucked up in bed and scrolling through her phone. "Mum, I'm Live," North says, after bursting into her room. "No stop, you know you're not allowed too," Kim fumed.
It's clear North definitely doesn't take Kim seriously because she laughed, and said: "Okay bye." Kim can then be heard saying: "Is she really going Live?" to an unknown woman, who replies: "I don't know."
North will NOT let Kim rest and you have to respect it.
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