Kim Kardashian let North West wear makeup to church. Cue the shaming and outrage.


Kim Kardashian is being shamed for her parenting choices once again.

In recent months, Kim’s husband Kanye West has been holding exclusive Sunday church services featuring a choir and spiritual versions of his own songs.

But when Kim shared a video of her daughter North West dancing during the service on Twitter over the weekend, all eyes were on one thing – North’s lipstick.

Kim’s eldest child was wearing a black slip dress, black boots and black lipstick – and the internet wasn’t happy.


Within hours of posting the video, Kim had received thousands of comments, with some claiming North is too young to be wearing makeup.




Despite the backlash, plenty of fans supported Kim and North.

“How they choose to raise their child is their concern,” one follower responded.

It’s not the first time Kim has received criticism for her decision to allow North to wear makeup and straighten her hair.

Over Christmas, the entrepreneur was mum-shamed for allowing North to wear red lipstick for the family’s annual Christmas photo.


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Speaking to Refinery 29 last year, however, it’s clear Kim is supportive of North’s interest in makeup.

“I already know North is into makeup for sure,” she said.

“She had friends over this weekend and some of her girlfriends came in and they were just all in her room, giving themselves makeovers,” she continued.

“I was like, OK, she’s really into makeup. When companies send makeup and I have a lot, I’ll give it to her.”

But despite being supportive of her eldest daughter’s hobby, Kim shared that she does have a few rules for her daughter, saying that she doesn’t think North “should wear lashes or too dark of a lipstick”.


“It is a form of expression. So I want her to express herself, but I want her to be appropriate too.”

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