While millennials and non-millennials alike scream-singed and cried to Olivia Rodrigo's SOUR, Kim Kardashian wanted to share her love for the album, only her daughter, North West (who is 7 and not afraid to sass her mom), called her out for not actually listening to it. Today, as Kardashian shared a box of SOUR merchandise, including special Sour Patch Kids, she said that she "can't wait for her album." Well, for someone who's stanning the album, Kardashian should know that it was released back on May 21.
"You guys know I love 'drivers license,'" Kardashian said.
North wasn't convinced, saying, "You never listen to it."
"Yes, I do! I listen to it all the time. Stop, North," Kardashian responded before enlisting her son, Saint, to back her up. "Saint, don't we listen to it in the car all the time? Yes. Can you say that louder for the people to hear? Do I listen to it all the time, Saint?"
He agreed, though it's clear that North wasn't convinced.
According to E! News, Olivia's care package to Kim included a hand-written note that read, "Kim, thank you so much for supporting my music! it means the absolute world. I just adore you & I wanted to give you a few goodies to celebrate the release of my 1st album SOUR. Sending you & ur fam so much love." In addition to the note, the box had lavender-themed clothes, candy, and a box of official SOUR tissue.