Ice Spice and North West’s worlds have finally collided through a series of videos on TikTok and they are full of fun and laughter.
On Friday (March 3), Ice, North and a group of North’s friends danced together to a remix of Spice’s single, “In Ha Mood.” Kim Kardashian could be seen making a silly cameo appearance in the video as well.
In another video, they reenacted and lip-synched the lyrics to Pinkpantheress’ viral hit, “Boy’s a Liar Pt. 2” featuring the 23-year-old rapper. North and her friends fell on a mattress and held a set of fridge doors open, which symbolized Ice Spice’s alleged heartbreak for her on again, off again partner.
“But I don’t sleep enough without you/And I can’t eat enough without you (huh)”
Prior to Ice and North meeting on TikTok, Kardashian posted a video on Thursday (March 2) lip-synching “In Ha Mood” alongside her best-friend Lala, who was on FaceTime and playfully matched her energy throughout each clip.
Yesterday, the 9-year-old TikTok star posted a pencil drawing of the “Munch” artist. In the picture, Ice is rocking a side bob and both of the names of her recent trending songs are beside her face. North captioned the video showing love to Ice, saying “We love you, ice spice [Two ice cube emojis][Two red pepper emojis].
This isn’t the first time Kim and Ye’s daughter has shown love to the Bronx lyricist in the form of art.
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In early February, Ice acknowledged North’s creativity after she drew a portrait of her on TikTok. When TMZ Hip Hop asked if Ice saw the drawing, she replied: “I did. It was so cute. Thank you, North. She’s so talented.”
North shares a joint TikTok account with her mother called @kimandnorth. They currently have nearly 15 million followers.
In January, Ice released her debut EP Like..? in January, and the track “Gangsta Boo” featuring Lil Tjay earned the 23-year-old her first Billboard placement, debuting at No. 84 on the Hot 100.
Ice was also recently named a 2023 HipHopDX Rising Star alongside her fellow rap peers including GloRilla, Lola Brooke, redveil, Reuben Vincent, JELEEL! and Destroy Lonely.