North West debuted her rapper name in a song on her father’s latest album.
The 10-year-old child of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian proudly jumped up and down on stage Tuesday at Kanye and Ty Dolla $ign’s listening party in Miami as she debuted her own verse from one of the new tracks.
“I love it here / we gonna take over the year for another year / it’s your bestie, Miss Miss Westie,” North lip synced as her father smiled and nodded next to her.
North, who rocked a black oversized coat with a matching T-shirt and pants, made the crowd roar as she rapped, “Don’t try to test me / it’s gonna get messy/ it’s gonna get messy / just bless me.”
The new song is a part of Kanye and the “Blasé” rapper’s forthcoming album, “Vultures.”
After hearing North, fans took to the comment section to gush over the child’s latest musical venture, including one X user who wrote that North “certainly takes after her father.”
“North really ATE with that verse,” another tweeted.
A third tweeted that North is a “musical genius,” adding, “She got her father’s talent, style and confidence. Wishing her nothing but the best in the world!!”
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While North and her fans appear to be thrilled over the guest spot on her dad’s latest album, others took notice of Kanye’s attire — and some questionable lyrics — at the listening party.
The “Good Morning” rapper, 46, sparked backlash for wearing a hood resembling the one associated with the Ku Klux Klan during the party.
He was also bashed for lyrics in one of his new songs, in which he raps, “How I’m antisemitic? I just f–ked a Jewish bitch.”
Fans bashed Kanye for the “sick” and “disturbing” fashion choice.
“Kanye wearing a KKK hood and Black people are sitting idly by. F—k him and his music bro,” one user wrote via X.
“Just a remark that Kanye West is a[n] anti semite. He hates the Jews and wants them dead. He abuses women. He is a disgusting human being,” a second user claimed.
Kanye’s fashion and lyrical choices come a year after he was under fire for a series of anti-semitic remarks.
At the time, his rants — which he later doubled down on — led to the rapper-turned-fashion-designer being booted from his partnership with Adidas.
“Adidas does not tolerate antisemitism and any other sort of hate speech,” the athletic company said in a statement. “Ye’s recent comments and actions have been unacceptable, hateful and dangerous, and they violate the company’s values of diversity and inclusion, mutual respect and fairness.”