Kim Kardashian Accused Of Trying To Steal Daughter North’s Spotlight

Kim Kardashian Accused Of Trying To Steal Daughter North’s Spotlight

Kim Kardashian has come under fire for allegedly trying to steal the spotlight from her daughter, North West, during her “The Lion King” debut. Kim posted a series of photos on Instagram, showing herself in a furry tan costume similar to the one North wore for her performance. This sparked criticism from fans who felt Kim was overshadowing her daughter.

North recently made her singing debut as Simba in a live concert event at the Hollywood Bowl, performing “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King.” While North’s performance garnered attention, some online users accused Kim of being selfish. One Instagram user commented, “You couldn’t let your daughter have a moment, you had to wear it too,” while another questioned why Kim always wants to outdo others.


Despite the backlash, North’s performance went viral, sparking a debate about nepotism and whether she truly deserved the role of Simba. Some argued that she landed the part due to her celebrity parents, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. However, author Marc Lamont Hill defended North, suggesting that her celebrity status brought significant attention to the production, which could benefit future Disney stage projects.

Kim’s actions have reignited discussions on the pressures and challenges faced by celebrity children. Critics argue that parental involvement in such public displays can overshadow the child’s achievements. Meanwhile, supporters believe that Kim’s involvement showcases a supportive family dynamic. This incident highlights the delicate balance between supporting a child’s dreams and allowing them to shine independently.