Kim Kardashian Posted A Photo Of Her Son In A Car Seat And It Sparked An Internet Debate


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have a little baby boy in Saint West. And it is usually pictures of the power couple that garners likes, attention, and comments on Instagram.

However, it is a picture of their baby boy that has recently received some heat online. The harmless picture showcased the adorable baby boy buckled into a car seat.

So what caused all the ruckus?

Read more to find out.

According to the California Highway Patrol website: ‘children under 2 years of age shall ride in a rear-facing seat unless the child weighs 40 or more pounds OR is 40 or more inches tall.’ This applies to Kim and Kanye, who live in California.


The writing continued on to stipulate that: ‘the child shall be secured in a manner that complies with the height and weight limits specified by the manufacturer of the car seat.’


Now whether or not little Saint West is actually 40 pounds is known only by family members, but that didn’t stop the public from commenting on Kim’s picture.


One woman wrote: ‘it’s illegal to have a child facing forward in California that is less than 2 years old. Please turn his car seat around, it’s not too late.’

Kim Kardashian West

But by now it should be no surprise that many Kim K fans rushed to her protection.


One wrote: ‘that car seat isn’t made to be rear facing. Which means he meets the weight requirement for a front facing car seat, which means he needs to be facing … guess what … forward.’


While another commented: ‘oh no watch out here comes the car seat police to try and lecture you on how to put your child in a car seat. Go worry about your own child and let the woman post a picture of her handsome little boy.’


So despite all these comments, I am sure that Saint West is safe in the hands of the Kardashian family and all their nannies, babysitters and bodyguards.


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