This is the mock Coachella festival, Kid-chella, that took place in Kris Jenner’s backyard with guests including Kris’ own mother, Mary Jo Shannon, Kanye’s family, and other relatives aside from Scott Disick and Rob Kardashian who appear to be missing.
Later, Kim shared another Instagram photo of North’s whole outfit including boots not worn in the original photo.
This included the garland, the fringe dress and a rather burdensome-looking pair of leather, gladiator booties captioned “North’s birthday outfit #kidchella”. These appear to have been taken on the white rug on North’s bedroom floor.
More photos from the party below, including Kendall Jenner doing kareoke as Kylie Jenner and Jaden Smith watch on.
The young friends also rode the ferris wheel in Kris’ backyard.
Khloe Kardashian also made an appearance, posing among the birthday props in a Native American war bonnet that sparked allegations of racism on Instagram (fans claim since Khloe has part native ancestry – as revealed on the George Lopez show – that it’s okay, however it’s not since the war bonnet is a sacred honour one has to earn but Khloe clearly thinks it’s a costume or a hat).
She shared the above photo with the caption, “Ray of clouds. Chirping of birds. Gurgling of water. Granting desire. One with water. #Kidchella my first Coachella!!!”
There are many, many negative comments about the war bonnet, including the following:
“Haha why. Just why honey it ain’t cute. Looks ridiculous and ignorant.”
“Maybe we should throw an Armenian Genocide themed party and see how she feels. PS – I love Armenians. It my way of showing that.”
“If ignorance is suddenly acceptable, should we spread the word that the Armenian genocide didn’t happen?”
“Stop telling oppressed indigenous cultures to “forget about it that was like 300 years ago” because we have a long hard history that you just can’t comprehend, and I will be sensitive to this issue because I have pride in my culture.”
“So, so ignorant. You’d think Khloe would pay attention to the news every now and then…. Yes, perhaps your family or great great grandma was taken in and “adopted” by Cherokee tribe members, but don’t get confused. Even if you’re part of that 5% that does possess Native blood, know that Nativeness and having “Indian” up in your blood is more than having it run through your veins–it is a way of life. So please don’t speak on behalf of those of us who still practice culture and traditions.”