'I Said No Pictures': North West Adorable Exchanged With The Paparazzi & Billboard Online Taking The Heat
A few days ago, Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West daughter, North West had an adorable exchanged with the paparazzi, while heading to ballet.
We are all aware about her father frustration with the paparazzi. We've seen videos and images of him getting into fights with them. West was even sued by one of the paparazzi. A lawsuit that has since been settled out of court. While heading to ballet, North said to the agressive photographers, "I said no pictures," a video that has since gone viral. Watch below. Billboard.com Tweeted this morning about the incident with the image below.
The Tweet read, "The Apple Doesn't Fall Far From The Tree." The above image, shows Kim holding North, with what seems to be a microphone lollipop to her mouth. Billboard is all about music. Making the charts, breaking music records and so much more. Kanye West is a rapper, a musician who is always on the charts, his daughter is in an image with his wife with a toy microphone, a very important item that is needed by musicians, the image made perfect sense, but not in the eyes of social media. Read the Billboard article and more below.
Without reading the article, Twitter went into a firestorm, suggesting that the microphone lollipop, had nothing to do with her father the musician of the family, but that a microphone to this childs mouth and the title of the Tweet, somehow insinuated something sexual, due to her mother's past. How sickening have social media become? Why would people assumed that such a major publication like Billboard would risk everything to sexualize a child. Why have people lost common sense and are so quick to jump on bandwagons and attack others. The vicious attack to Billboard was so much that the Tweet was deleted, but kept the article. I couldn't understand the connection. I see an innocent child with a microphone and Billboard comparing her to her father. The world we live in now is sacry. Watch the video below. Billboard did absolutely nothing wrong and those who came up with sexual comparison instead of music are the sick ones in all this, not Billboard. They have since released an apology Tweet below, explaining what the article, that no one took the time to read meant.
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