Kim Kardashian shared a controversial bath time photo of her children North and Saint West on Thursday, May 17.
In the pic, Nori and Saint can be seen enjoying bath time, both smiling while looking up at the camera. The cutest part though is that North is actually holding on to her little brother in the dearest way. It looks like these two are finally becoming friends.
The two siblings have had some jealousy troubles typical of their age, but while appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on April 30, Kim shared that she saw North take a major step that made her so proud.
“She literally had a can of popcorn and was like, ‘Saint, do you want some?’ And I was like, ‘WHAT?!’” Kim explained, “She does not share with Saint, she hardly talks to Saint. That was such a big moment in my household yesterday,” She said.
However, Kardashian's decision to share the cute moment of her children in the bathtub has sparked a debate amongst commenters who are concerned about the kids' privacy given that both children are nude, as reported by Pop Culture.
Though her children live their lives very much in the public eye, making regular appearances on social media and the family's reality show, the nature of the photo seems to have hit a nerve. This sparked a controversy among her followers.
Because while some defended Kardashian's right to post the photo, some commenters noted that the photo could be exposing the kids to internet child-predators.
Many adore the sweet photo of Saint and North, but others criticized Kardashian West for sharing a bathtub moment on the web.
Although there is absolutely nothing sexual about naked babies, there are some nasty people in the world, and there are even more people who will judge any parent who shares an innocent bath time photo just because pedophiles exist.
We're pretty sure Kim knows what she's doing. She will do exactly what she wants, without caring what the world thinks of her. We have to admire that quality about her.
She wanted to share a sweet pic of her kids in the bath, so she did. We doubt there's really any more to it than that.