Kim Kardashian Posts North West Fake-Out Photo on Facebook

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Kim Kardashian gave birth to baby North West on June 15 and while the world is yet to see the first photo of her daughter with Kanye West, we have seen a couple of fake-out photos. Kim Kardashian gave birth to North West, her first child with rapper boyfriend Kanye West, on June 15.

While we're still waiting to see the first photos of baby North, we've seen a couple of fake-outs, courtesy of various members of the Kardashian clan.

First, Kim reportedly sent around fake photos to her "friends," trying to see who would take them to the tabloids to sell. Naturally, two of those photos made their way to TMZ, and supposedly neither one was the real baby North.

Then, when we were waiting to see the first photos of Kim, Khloe posted an old pic of her sis on Facebook and made it look like it was a pic of the new mom sleeping, when it was actually a pic she had Instagrammed months prior.

Next, Kris Jenner joined the photo fake-out movement by posting a picture on her talk show Facebook page where she was holding a staffer's baby and teasing that she might reveal North West on her show (she didn't, of course).

Now, Kim has jumped on the bandwagon and posted a picture of her holding a newborn baby with sister Kourtney Kardashian doting on the little one and captioned the photo "love these precious moments." It didn't take long for fans to realize that the baby was Kourtney's son Mason and that this was just another old photo.

Unfortunately for the Kardashians, the fans are growing tired of the family trying to fool them and Kim's recent photo fake-out received A LOT of backlash on Facebook.

It is a little strange that they keep trying to pull one over on the fans and it's understandable that they are tired of being toyed with.

Are you angry that the Kardashians keep trying to trick their fans?



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