Kim Kardashian's Daughter North West Goes Viral on TikTok
 
 
 
 
 
 

Kim Kardashian’s Daughter North West Goes Viral with Ice Spice-Inspired TikTok

/ 10:48 PM March 08, 2023

Kim Kardashian’s daughter, North West, has again taken the internet by storm with her latest TikTok video.

In the clip, the eight-year-old daughter of the reality TV star channels her inner rapper as she sings with Ice Spice.

Ice Spice and North West linked up and shared a video of themselves and some friends singing along to “Boy’s a liar Pt. 2.”

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Besides Ice Spice uploading the clip to social media, Kim Kardashian and North’s joint TikTok account @kimandnorth also shared the clip.

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The video quickly went viral, with many fans applauding North’s confidence and stage presence. It’s not the first time North has shown off her performing skills on social media.

North West’s Social Media Activities

North has been a fixture on her mom’s Instagram account for years, with videos of her singing and dancing she regularly shared with Kim’s 238 million followers.

On March 3, North and her mother, Kim Kardashian, uploaded several TikTok videos to their joint profile.

The videos feature catchy viral clips synchronized to some of the rapper’s famous tracks. In one clip, they danced around a room to the track “In Ha Mood.”

In another clip, set to Ice Spice and PinkPantheress’ “Boy’s a Liar Pt. 2,” North, her friends, and the “No Clarity” rapper raid a fridge while lip-syncing “and I can’t eat enough with you.”

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She Certainly Admires Ice Spice

Recently, North West has displayed intense admiration for rapper Ice Spice and has now taken it up a notch by cosplaying as the artist on TikTok.

Last week, the nine-year-old met the ‘Boy’s a Liar’ artist and has since been wearing a curly ginger wig and tracksuit, emulating her new idol.

Beforehand, the 9-year-old had shared a portrait she drew of the artist known for “Munch (Feelin’ U).”

North posted the portrait on TikTok, using PinkPantheress and Ice Spice’s “Boy’s a Liar Pt. 2” as the soundtrack for the clip, which was suitable.

In an interview with TMZ, 23-year-old Ice Spice described the drawing as “adorable” and expressed gratitude to North, acknowledging her talent.

However, some fans have been joking about how her father, Kanye West, may not be pleased. Online users saw her singing questionable lyrics.

North West was also displaying fake ‘boobs’ with padding under her clothes. It is ironic, considering he previously disapproved of her being on the app.

Of course, it’s important to remember that North is still just a child, and her parents carefully curate her social media presence.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, North’s father, are both influential figures in the entertainment industry, and their daughter’s public image is likely to be a carefully managed affair.

Her Latest Video on TikTok

But North’s latest TikTok video is notable because of the way she channels the trendy rapper Ice Spice.

North’s reverence for the New York rapper in her TikTok video is a testament to the rapper’s influence on pop culture.

It’s also a testament to North’s creativity and fearlessness in front of the camera. Despite her young age, she’s already proving to be a natural performer with a talent for capturing the attention of her audience.

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