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Kim Kardashian sparks controversy with photo of son Saint with his hair in a bun

Monica Otayza
Jun 20, 2018
08:48 P.M.
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Kim Kardashian sparked controversy yet again after posting a photo of her son Saint with his hair tied in a bun. This comes after she was also criticized for straightening her daughter North's hair despite naturally having curly hair. 

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In the photo posted on Instagram, Saint could be seen taking a dip in the pool as she wrote "My favourite boy" on the caption. While it seemed to be an innocent picture, fans were quick to comment about how Saint's hair was tied up in a bun. 

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While some fans commented about how adorable he looked, there were also some who asked why he "looked like a girl", especially with his hairstyle being that long. 

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"I'm sorry I thought it was a girl" - @i.love.chen

"OMG she is so cute" - @reanonorma

When KimYe's eldest daughter North turned five last week, the couple also sparked controversy after the stylish mother allowed her daughter to straighten her hair at the salon. The Kardashians sought the services of a professional hairstylist to straighten North's hair in time for her birthday, and her fans were not happy about having to put the little girl through the strenuous process of straightening one's hair. 

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People have made it a big deal since North is known to have naturally curly hair, which the mother should have helped her embrace. Much of the Kardashian critics made sure to voice out their opinions, posting angry messages on Twitter. 

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North West turned 5 years old last June 15, and is the eldest of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's three children. Her son Saint is her middle child,  born on December 2015. While their two older children are much more exposed to the spotlight due to their mom's Instagram account with 113 million followers, they also have a sibling named Chicago West, whom they welcomed into their family through surrogacy earlier this year. 

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