Kim Kardashian Has a Solo Account on TikTok, and Her First Video Is Right On-Brand

Kim Kardashian debuted her own TikTok account five months after she and her 8-year-old daughter, North West, joined the social media platform. Take a look at the reality star's first video. 

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Kim Kardashian is going solo, at least on TikTok. 

On April 25, five months after creating a joint account with her 8-year-old daughter North West, the reality star opened her own page. Kim gave a shout-out to her glam crew in her social media post, recruiting both hairstylist Chris Appleton and makeup guru Mario Dedivanovic to feature in her solo account's first video, in classic Kardashian form. 

The two men can be seen lugging their tools of the trade in the witty video, as an audio track says, "So, you're a creative person? Is it something you're good at?" 

The film then changes to Kim, who is wearing a neat ponytail and a full face of makeup and performing a number of positions when they nod. 

"Hey Guys," wrote the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum in the caption. 

Needless to say, Kim made quite an impression, as the SKIMS mogul was swiftly greeted with heartfelt greetings in the comments area. "DAMNN QUEEN SLAYYY," one TikTok user exclaimed, while "THE QUEEN HAS ARRIVED" was written by another. 

Kim initially appeared on TikTok in November, in a video with North, whom she shares with ex Kanye West, in which they shared a "spa day" together. Close-ups of Kylie Jenner's Kylie Skin skincare products were featured in the 16-second film, as well as footage of Kim and North lip-syncing to Doja Cat's popular hit "Need to Know." 

Before taking a hiatus in January, the couple went on to make hundreds more films, including ones with Kourtney Kardashian's daughter Penelope Disick and Khloe Kardashian's daughter True Thompson. 

And, while Kim appears to be a TikTok pro in her new video, with over half a million views in less than an hour, this hasn't always been the case. After all, she revealed in a previous episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians that making videos on the app made her feel uncomfortable. 

"I'm really not a good dancer," she admitted, "so it's difficult for me." "I'd like to, but I simply don't have the time." 

Kim appears to have perfected the art of TikTok since then!

Source: Eonline

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