May 26, 2021 | 11:13am
Kim Kardashian was shut down by her own daughter, North West, for claiming that she loves Olivia Rodrigo’s hit song “Drivers License.”
The 7-year-old called out her reality star mom Wednesday night, as Kardashian was taking a video of some press materials she got for Rodrigo’s acclaimed new album “Sour.”
“I can’t wait for her album. You Know I love Drivers License,” Kardashian gushed.
But North, didn’t let her mom get away with that, and interjected from the background of the video: “You never listen to it.”
But Kardashian, 40, was steadfast and responded with a laugh, saying, “Yes I do. I listen to it all the time.”
She then asks her 5-year-old son, Saint, if they listen to the hit song all the time in the car, to which he responds, “yes.”
“See guys?” Kardashian said, adding to Rodrigo, “What a cutie, thank you!”
The SKIMS founder seems to have a special place in her heart for the 18-year-old singer’s melancholy Gen-Z anthem.
The portion of the song Kardashian shared to her post included the following lyrics:
“And all my friends are tired
Of hearing how much I miss you, but
I kinda feel sorry for them
‘Cause they’ll never know you the way that I do, yeah
Today I drove through the suburbs
And pictured I was driving home to youAnd I know we weren’t perfect
But I’ve never felt this way for no one, oh
And I just can’t imagine how you could be so okay, now that I’m gone
I guess you didn’t mean what you wrote in that song about me
‘Cause you said forever, now I drive alone past your street”
Fans were quick to point out that Kardashian could have been sending a message to the public about her heartbreak over her breakup from West.
Kardashian officially filed to divorce West, 41, after seven years of marriage, in February.
We exclusively revealed in January that they were headed for splitsville.
The estranged couple share four children together: North, Saint, Chicago, 3, and 1-year-old Psalm.
“Drivers License” took Gen Z by storm in January after going viral on TikTok and other social media platforms.
The runaway hit, which is rumored to be about a real love triangle, quickly launched to the top of the music charts and was named the biggest song globally for the sixth week in a row on Monday, according to Billboard.
The bop was such a success it even inspired a “Saturday Night Live” sketch.
Rodrigo, 18, dropped her first studio album “Sour” last week.