Kim Kardashian Lets Daughter Ride Motorcycle, Hear It from Twitter
Kim Kardashian has something in common with Audrey Roloff.
A hit reality television show and a close-knit family?
Allow us to therefore rephrase:
Kim Kardashian now has something else in common with Audrey Roloff:
With the Little People, Big World star receiving unfair backlash as a result of THIS PHOTO, Kardashian is now also the target of Internet ire after sharing a picture of her daughter.
It appears to be a relatively harmless one at first glance.
It was posted to Kim’s Instagram page and it featured North West riding a toy two-wheeler.
What’s the big deal, right?
North is four and a half years old and this is a perfectly common thing for her to be doing.
We mostly agree.
But we may be in the minority.
Many comments in response to this image call Kim out for two reasons:
- North is not wearing a helmet.
- North is wearing Harley Davidson sweatpants.
The latter, critics argue, implies that Kim and Kanye are maybe encouraging motorcycle riding as a hobby for their first born when she gets older.
This is a dangerous activity under any circumstance.
But it’s made even more dangerous if the individual behind the wheel (or clutching the handlebars, we suppose) isn’t donning a helmet.
“sriously, Kim?!?” writes on Twitter user. “Bike safety starts early. Put a helmet on ur kid!”
Another individual agrees:
“It’s not about looking cool,” this person Tweets of helmet use. “It’s about being safe.”
North was born back in June of 2013.
She was later joined by brother Saint and the siblings will welcome a boy or a girl either later this year or early next year, as Kim has confirmed she and her famous husband are using a surrogate to expand their family.
According to insiders, this surrogate will give birth right around Christmas.
Shortly after that, Khloe Kardashian will give birth to her first child…
…. and Kylie Jenner will give birth to her third child.
Little North will soon have lots of cousins and kids with whom to play, so it will be important for her to serve as a role model; when it comes to bike safety and other activities.
Do you think Kim deserves to get dragged for not teaching her daughter to wear a helmet while riding her pretend motorcycle?
Let us know!