He is not a saint.
Kim Kardashian was forced to punish her son, Saint West, for shouting inappropriate things during an Instagram Live on Tuesday.
The 41-year-old billionaire was sitting in the back seat of an SUV in New York City when she began livestreaming with her two sons Saint, 6, and Psalm, 3.
“Say hello!” she encouraged them in the selfie video, explaining, “It’s called Instagram Live.”
“Hello, fools!” Saint interrupted him when he emerged from outside the frame, prompting his mother to quickly turn her head in his direction and scold him.
“Hey, stop!” she asked, just before Psalm began to mutter and babble loudly.
Saint reappeared in the frame, then flashed a mischievous grin and added, “If you’re watching this, I hate you!”
The former ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star once again turned to her unruly child. “Hi! saint‘ she said disapprovingly, prompting Psalm to usher in with more high-pitched gibberish.
“Look what you’re teaching him,” an excited Kardashian said to her oldest son, forcing him to defend his little brother.
‘This is a good boy! This is a good boy!” Saint pressed for the camera and grabbed little Psalm by the shoulders.
This isn’t the first time the curly-haired cutie has shown off his rambunctious personality in front of an audience.
On an April episode of the family’s Hulu show, Saint decided to get up from the kitchen table for no reason and approach the cameraman who was filming him.
“I’m going to hit the cameras,” the little toddler declared as his clenched fist caught up with the entire frame.
Kardashian waved off the minor incident with a chuckle—until Saint went for a second swing. Then she changed her tone and verbally reprimanded him.
The reality star shares the two boys – as well as daughters North, 9 and Chicago, 4 – with ex-husband Kanye West, whom she recently praised for helping launch her new skincare line, Skkn.
“I always give credit where credit is due,” Kardashian explained in an Instagram Story video Tuesday morning, adding that the rapper and Yeezy designer, 45, had a heavy hand in the name, font and packaging of her products. .