Kim Kardashian may post lots of pics of North West on Instagram and Twitter, but she still isn't thrilled about her daughter being on social media when she's older.
Kim and her sisters Kylie and Kendall Jenner were honored at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards for their hit reality series Keeping Up With The Kardashians, but before hitting the stage, the three beauties walked the red carpet outside the show and caught up with ET's Teen Choice correspondent iJustine.
The 33-year-old big sister dished on her social media presence before chatting a bit about her baby girl. "I was needing some motivation, to help me work out a little bit harder and to get back onto my no carbs/Atkins [diet]," Kim told ET when asked about her recent tweets regarding her plan for getting in shape.
The reality star notes that the negative feedback she sometimes receives doesn't make her too excited for her daughter's possible online presence in the future.
"I feel really bad for my little sisters, and I would really hate for the day when my daughter has to get on social media, because the comments [can be] like cyber bullying,"she said. "Sometimes they can be so negative."
"But they can be really uplifting too," she added. "That's why, sometimes when I need motivation to work out or ask for a different hair color, they are supper positive and supportive. But it does suck when they can be negative."
Check out the video for more from Kim on her upcoming book Selfish.