Chicago West Shows True Love For Dad Kanye By Teaching Psalm Song Lyrics
Kim Kardashian had her hands full when Chicago and Psalm decided to sing along. One thing their little gig made it clear is that they’re Kanye West’s mini-him.
Kim loves spending time with her kids and isn’t afraid to show a glimpse of their fun time together to all of her social media followers.
After embarrassing North West with her singing, Kim came forward and showed how Chicago took matters into her own hands and taught her little brother Psalm to sing the right lyrics.
Kim Kardashian’s video explored
On October 9, Kim took to Instagram to share a video of Chicago and singing the Psalm. The duo vibrated to the rhythm of True Love by Kanye and XXXTENTACION.
While Psalm liked to make up his own lyrics, Chicago was quick to step in and correct him when he got it wrong. Her little act proved to the world that she is a perfect sister and always takes care of her brother.
Once Psalm got the lyrics right, they enjoyed singing the song together.
They follow in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian
Kanye isn’t the only singer in the family. In fact, a few weeks ago, Kim also shared a post in which she sang.
With North and Kourtney Kardashian’s daughter Penelope in the backseat, the reality star decided to show off her singing skills by grooving to the beat of Bruno Mars’ song Versace on the Floor.
Unfortunately, North didn’t seem impressed and kept asking Kim to stop. The reality star, on the other hand, seemed to enjoy teasing her daughter.
What she said about her kids on social media
Kim’s only child who is on social media is North. After Kanye came forward and expressed his disapproval of North having a TikTok account, the reality star decided to break his silence.
She was quick to respond to this and noted that North was allowed to express her creative side under adult supervision. Kim further added that she wants their daughter to be happy and does everything she can as the primary caregiver.
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