Kim Kardashian and her daughter North West, eight, launched their very own TikTok page just over two weeks ago. And on Sunday, it appears the adorable little girl went live on her TikTok without her mother’s knowledge and got in trouble. In the live, she gave fans a tour of their plush Southern California home and showed her mom laying in bed.
North’s mischievous doings began when she started with a tour of the family’s posh Hidden Hills mansion that’s decked out in Christmas decorations. Among the first places, she roams into is presumably her bedroom that’s all done up in pink. North shows off a ‘gingerbread thing’ as the camera shakes while she makes her way around the room and then out again.
Meanwhile narrating her walk, and chatting to other children at the house, including her brothers and sister, North said “let’s go downstairs we have rented this Sing thing,” in a reference to decorations and arts and crafts all related to the new animated sequel film, Sing 2. As North makes her way down the stairs she asks her viewers to ‘say yes’ if they want her to show off the Sing 2 decors that have been set up in the bottom floor and backyard of their mansion. They even do a countdown, “3, 2, and 1,” before unveiling the beginnings of the Sing decor.
The kids then all take turns showcasing the various cutouts and blowup characters from the musical comedy film that premiered in Los Angles the very same day but is slated to release in theaters across the country on December 22. “So we still got some Sing things,” she says before one young boy runs up to the camera and declares, “North is live. North is live. North you’re live. No, not fair, TikTok live,” he yells. He then adds, “Not allowed to be live,” in the remaining few seconds of the video.
Apparently, North would follow up with a quick 11-second video where she confesses to being going live on TikTok to her mother. “Mom, I’m live,” she tells her mom, and then quickly follows up with a few mischievous laughs while walking with the camera in a bedroom, seemingly her mother’s. The Skims founder can be heard responding to the eight-year-old, “No stop, you know you’re not allowed too.”