People are saying the same thing on social media since North West revealed the title of her debut album.

Kanye West, now known as Ye, took the stage at the Vultures listening party in Paris at the end of last month. Who should he bring on stage to play alongside him?

None other than his eldest daughter, North West.

However, in addition to playing a portion of one of her father’s songs, the 10-year-old made a special statement to the gathering.

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On February 25, North, whose mother is Kim Kardashian, joined her father on stage to sing a song from his studio album Vultures 1.

The song, ‘Talking,’ was released earlier this year by Ye and Ty Dollar $ign, under the combined name ¥$, and saw North make her rapping debut.

In Paris, she delivered her verse from the song, rapping: “It’s your bestie, Miss Miss Westie / Don’t try to test me / It’s gonna get messy.”

However, as impressive as it was for North to appear in a song that peaked at number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100, making her one of the youngest acts to ever do so, and for fans of the song to see her perform live, there is one moment from her performance that people can’t stop talking about online.

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During her presentation in Paris, North also mentioned that she is working on her own record.

In a TikTok video of the listening concert broadcast by Pop Base, North can be heard telling the audience: “I’ve been working on an album, and it’s called Elementary School Dropout.”

After delivering the news, she hurriedly exited the platform, and while the live audience applauded and cheered her statement, people on social media had a different take on it.

On X, many social media users had the same reaction to North’s next album title.

One user asked, “Does Kim know about this?”

“Kim finds out at the same time we do,” another stated, while a third asked, “What will Kim do?”

Others quickly expressed concern about North’s education.

“I’m praying she didn’t actually drop out of elementary school,” a member of the public wrote.

However, another person commented: “Even if she did, I’m sure homeschooling is an option.”

“It’s a play on Kanye’s album College Dropout,” a third said.

And finally: “That would be illegal, chiii.”