Kim Kardashian attends the CFDA Fashion Awards at Casa Cipriani on November 07, 2022 in New York City.

Kim Kardashian and North West’s joint TikTok account has been pretty active since they joined the platform over a year ago. Yesterday (January 5), the mother-daughter duo posted a video of North, 9, dressed up as her rapper father Kanye West. North, who has been showing off her special effects makeup skills on TikTok, shaded around her jawline and hairline to mimic Ye’s face shape, and added a beard and thick eyebrows. To complete the look, she wears an oversized black hoodie and a beanie.

Kim is next to North wearing oversized sunglasses and wraps her arm around her before pouting as Ye’s 2013 song “Bound 2” plays as the post’s audio. Kim famously appeared completely nude while riding a motorcycle in the music video.

Though commenting is turned off for all of Kim and North’s TikTok videos, many turned to Reddit to accuse Kim of being inappropriately sexy next to her young daughter. One person wrote: “It’s highly inappropriate. It would maybe be okay if Kim turned off the sexy for 2 seconds but with it…and the context…just gross and uncomfortable.” Also commenting on Kim’s manner in the video, one person said, “This was funny up until Kim put her arm on North’s shoulder and did a pout.” Another simply commented, “I’m uncomfortable.” One person said, “Things are getting weird guys…” While another agreed and said, “This is the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen by a large margin.” Another person wrote, “This might not be funny even at Halloween.” One person said of the reality star, “I don’t find this funny at all. It’s disturbing and makes me think even less of Kim which I didn’t think was possible.”

One person said, “If I dressed up as my dad in a music video where he’s practically f—ing my mom on a motorcycle and posted it on the internet…. therapy. I would need therapy.” Another wrote, “To everyone who doesn’t find this disturbing: Imagine you and your mom record a video where you dress up as your dad and your mom dances around you sensually to a song that was playing in the background while they were having s*x.”

TikTok's Top 10 Most Viewed Artists of 2022

In 2022, TikTok gave us viral sensations Tariq, aka the “It’s corn!” kid, and learning choreography to dances like Lizzo’s “About Damn Time.” In fact, so many people loved dancing to Lizzo’s song that she became the number one most-viewed artist of 2022.

According to TikTok’s Year on TikTok: 2022, the singer with 26 million followers has the most total video views on the platform. “About Damn Time” was the app’s number four top-trending song, and Lizzo’s TikTok video in which she demonstrates the dance for the hit song came in at seventh place on the trending-videos ranking, according to the company.


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The number one trending song in the U.S. was “Sunroof” by Nicky Youre and Dazy, with TikTok users making some 8.9 million videos featuring the track. The number one most trending U.S. video was a construction of an 8.3-foot-tall chocolate giraffe. The most popular tutorial video was a woman teaching her daughter to get her deaf dad’s attention. Drew Barrymore and Lupita Nyong’o were among the top 10 U.S. “breakthrough” creators on TikTok, registering among the creators with the biggest growth on the platform for the year. “Jiggle Jiggle” was the number one trending sound on the platform, the rap created more than two decades ago by documentary filmmaker Louis Theroux. The audio gained a new life after it was remixed by DJ duo Duke & Jones and became a popular dance on TikTok.

Take a look at the TikTok artists with the most video views throughout 2022 below:

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