Kim Kardashian has set of rules for North West’s usage of TikTok, unlike Kanye West who is fully against his kids having their own account on the popular app.
During a recent appearance on The goop Podcast, Kim and Gwyneth Paltrow discussed parenting in today’s social media era. For Kim she has found “a groove” when it comes to her 9-year-old daughter, North West.
Part of that groove is coming to an understanding that every family is different. “I think every family is different, even within my family. How Kourtney operates, how Khloé operates, how Kylie — we always say every family is different,” she explains. “With social media, it is hard because all the cousins, all my nieces and nephews, they’re all best friends with my kids. They’re all the same ages.”
Although Kanye West continues to disapprove TikTok for any of his kids, Kim doesn’t seem to mind as long as “they’re monitored” then she is “okay with that.”
Earlier this year, West was furious over North’s usage of TikTok. “I told y’all before about this tik tok stuff,” West, 44, captioned an Instagram post, referencing the video of the trio lip-syncing to the Machine Gun Kelly song. “Now my 8 year old on here singing she fell in love with an emo girl Leftist don’t want fathers to have no say in our childrens [sic] lives,” he continued.
During the podcast, Kim touched on how Ye is still not a fan. “However, I have made a rule with their dad [Kanye West] about it — he’s not happy about that. I respect that,” she said.
Kim revealed some of those rules North West must follow, which includes having a joint account with mommy. “But it can only be on my phone. It’s not something where she can scroll and look at things,” she explains. “We don’t do comments. It makes her so happy, and she’s so innocent in so many ways.”