7 times Kim and Kanye’s baby confused South Africans

2014-01-10 14:17
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
Cape Town – Since the birth of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s daughter, South Africans have been plunged into a pit of utter confusion and have been left feeling tricked by news headlines.

Since Kim and Kanye decided to name their first born North West, South Africans have been experiencing a dramatic increase in absolute confusion when paging through stories published on local news sites.

North West shares the same name as a province located in South Africa to the west of the major population centre of Gauteng.

Most readers expect to find content about the North West province when clicking on a headline containing the words “North West”, but instead are left shocked when the content is actually focused on the Keeping Up with the Kardashian star and her child.

This is what happens when you Google North West:

We found 7 examples of North West articles that had everybody confused.

1) That one time when we thought North West was already doing charity work from a very young age - North West sets aside R21m for bursaries

2) That time when we thought North West was going to probe the procurement processes followed in purchasing a R1.3m car for premier Thandi Modise - North West probes Modise's car purchase

3) That time we thought Kanye was asking North West to spend more money - North West ordered to increase spending

4) That time we thought that nobody could find the North West province - Where is North West?

5) That time we thought that North West wouldn’t support the ANC anymore - ANC loses support in North West

6) That time we thought the premier was going to go through North West’s drawers and give her a wardrobe makeover - Premier shakes up North West cabinet

7) That time we thought the North West province inspired Kanye to write new songs - North West inspires Kanye to write

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