We’ve always seen a resemblance between North West and her dad, Kanye “Ye” West, but her latest look takes things to a whole new level.
Nine-year-old North used makeup to transform into her dad for her and mom Kim Kardashian’s latest TikTok from their joint account, @kimandnorth. A bit of faux facial hair, exaggerated brows, and a new hairline bring the look to life, though it’s the more subtle details that really sell it: Zoom in and you’ll notice the nose contour, a lower lid shadow that adds a heaviness to the eyes, and drawn-on forehead lines.
In the eight-second clip, the mom and daughter recreate a scene from Kanye’s music video for “Bound 2.” Kardashian reprises her role, while North plays Kanye, nailing his dead-eye stare.
However, the video has already garnered backlash, with some viewers calling it “inappropriate” given the nature of the original 2013 music video, in which Kardashian famously appears fully nude. Though the comments are switched off on TikTok, viewers sounded off on Reddit to express their discomfort.
“This is so weird?? Why is Kim being sexual?” writes one user. “Why is it to a song about Kim and Ye having sex? Has North seen the music video??”
Adds another, “This is so weird and uncomfortable.”
The mom of four recently opened up about her strained relationship with her children’s father, whose antisemitic posts on social media resulted in his suspension from both Twitter and Instagram. The couple’s divorce was finalized last November, nearly two years after Kardashian first filed for divorce in February 2021.
Speaking with Angie Martinez last month, Kardashian explained how coparenting is especially difficult. “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’s wrong,” she said on Martinez’s Angie Martinez IRL podcast. “As soon as I drop them off, I can have a good cry.”
Originally Appeared on Glamour