Saint West, the young son of famous rapper Kanye West and reality TV star Kim Kardashian recently caused a stir online.
The 2015-born had the paparazzi and the internet abuzz with his humorous response to the relentless shutter-clicking cameras.
While stepping out with his mother, Saint West made the middle finger gesture at the paparazzi who swarmed over them.
The incident took place as he and Kim Kardashian stepped out of a vehicle and were immediately surrounded by eager photographers, all jostling for the perfect shot.
In the midst of this chaotic scene, the mischievous young boy, just a few years old, humorously raised his middle finger to the paparazzi.
In a video on YouTube, Saint’s mother was seen scolding him and telling to stop showing his middle finger to the paparazzi.
Saint West’s reaction to paparazzi sparks reactions
The cheeky gesture from Saint West, captured in numerous photographs, ignited a wave of laughter and amusement on social media.
It seemed that the young boy was making his feelings known about the constant intrusion of the paparazzi into his family’s life.
The Kardashian-West family is no stranger to media attention, as their every move has been closely documented and scrutinized by the press for years.
Saint’s humorous response, however, provided a lighthearted moment in an otherwise intense spotlight.
The internet quickly embraced Saint’s playful gesture, with many applauding his fearless and candid reaction to the paparazzi. Memes and jokes flooded social media, turning the incident into a viral sensation. Some users even commented on Saint’s sense of individuality and his ability to express himself in a rather unique way.
Social media users said he had taken after his father and quoted lyrics of Kanye West’s comments on Saint in the song No More Parties in LA. The lyrics read, “I be worried ’bout my daughter, I be worried ’bout Kim…but Saint is baby Ye, I ain’t worried ’bout him.”
Kanye West’s plan for 2024 election
Meanwhile, Kanye West will not be taking part of the US’ general elections in 2024.
The controversial rapper has reportedly decided not to run in the 2024 US general elections. According to his personal attorney, Bruce Marks, Ye will not be making a second attempt at the presidency.
“He’s not a candidate for office in 2024,” Marks said.