AceShowbiz - Kim Kardashian has once again shown how strict she can be as a mom. The reality TV star was not hesitant to scold her kids in front of live audience when she was taping her appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon".
The mother of four was on the late-night talk show to talk about her new skincare line, SKKN BY KIM, and her two kids, Saint and Psalm, tagged along. In a clip of the episode which aired on Tuesday, June 21, she was rehashing her October 2021 "Saturday Night Live" gig when Jimmy Fallon got distracted by the voice of kids' chatter.
"I'm hearing kids," the host noted, prompting Kim to turn around to reprimand her sons. "Guys, can you stop? This is, like, your first time at work with me. Can you please?" she said to her boys.
The camera panned to show the boys sitting in the audience with Kim's friend Tracy and her daughter Remi. While the audience erupted in "aw's" and applause, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum continued to warn her kids, "My two boys are here, and I hear them making so much noise. Guys, this is your first time at work with me, don't mess this up. Come on."
Kim continued with the interview, but less than a minute later, she turned her attention to her kids again. "Guys, seriously. You got to go," she scolded the boys. "You don't have to… They can go back if you don't feel like being out here. It's fine," Jimmy tried to ease the situation. Psalm was eventually removed from the audience as Kim remarked, "Okay, Psalmy left. He was being loud. Okay."
Earlier that day, Kim scolded Saint and Psalm on her Instagram Live. The 41-year-old was introducing the boys to her followers when Saint came crashing in and stole the spotlight for the wrong reason. "Hi, weirdos," he jokingly said. He continued by mischievously adding, "If you're watching this, I hate you."
Shocked by the inappropriate language used by Saint, Kim promptly turned her head and gave the youngster a disapproving warning. "Hey, stop it," she said a few times before stating, "Look what you are teaching him," referring to her younger son Psalm. Saint then tried to smooth things over by pointing at his brother and told the camera, "This is a good boy! This is a good boy!"