Reality star and Instagram maven Kim Kardashian has landed in another controversy, after allowing her young daughter to snap a racy photo.
Kim’s daughter, North West, is just 4-years-old, yet she was allowed to photograph her mother partially undressed. The report comes from Celebuzz, who asks if Kardashian has finally “gone too far.”
That seems to be the question on everybody’s mind after the 37-year-old reality star allowed her daughter, North West, take a topless photo of her while she changed out of her clothes.
Though some thought the controversial shot captured an empowering moment between the mother-daughter duo, arguing that it encouraged young kids to be comfortable with the human body at a young age, many questioned its ethics and criticized Kim for letting 4-year-old child take such a seemingly sexually charged picture.
The photo in question was posted to Instagram, it’s only caption: “by North.”
Many Instagram users have found the picture to be inappropriate, one user, [email protected]_.mOonlight, noting that “Using [North] for pics is okay but maybe not when you don’t have your bra fully on!”
Another user, lheartfilia13012, wrote “Wow…just wait until North starts taking those kinds of pics of herself…smh nice parenting Kim.”
Still, many others were supportive, including user “lifewithberto” who wrote, “I fail to see ANYTHING wrong with the given scenario.”
You may see the controversial photo below.
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