This picture of Kim K and North is making people of the internet angry

People just love to call out celebrities for 'inappropriate' behaviour, but for their kids—especially Kim K's—this is just normal life.

By Kevin John Siazon

This picture of Kim K and North is making people of the internet angry

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Kim Kardashian West posted another topless photo on her Instagram—no surprise there. However, take a look at the person in the background taking the photo, and you'll see why this particular pic is making a lot of people angry.

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Yup, that tiny human behind the bright flash burst is none other than Kim's four-year-old daughter, North. *cue the angry mob music*

Since Kim posted the picture, it's gotten plenty of comments from angry fans who are up in arms about North taking rather risqué photos of her mom:

"Um, ew... Why does your kid need to take a picture of you like this?" wrote one user. "Seriously wtf is wrong with you?"

"Oh yes, let’s teach your daughter how to exploit her body to make money JUST LIKE YOU DO," wrote another.

We get why some people find this inappropriate, but on the other hand, it's Kim K we're talking about. On the list of things North has almost for sure been exposed to by now, this really isn't going to be something that scars her for life.

As one commenter put it: "But what is 'normal'? I mean your definition of normal could be completely different to someone else’s. For Kim this probably is the 'normal' stuff."

"My son has taken lots of random photos on my phone, none of them posed for," said another commenter. "Pretty sure this could be the case here and just turned out to be a pretty amazing photo. Way to go North."

They aren't wrong—this photo is pretty much on par with the quality of Kim's other professionally shot Instagram pics in the same style. So who knows? Maybe North has a big career as a photographer ahead of her. Till then Kim, you do you, and let the internet haters do with it what they will.

This article was originally published on Feb 09, 2018