Kourtney Kardashian, like her sisters, is not any stranger to backlash on the web. With as many followers on Instagram as she has (150 million, to be actual), there’s certain to be some hateful feedback right here and there.
And ever since Kourtney started courting Travis Barker, she’s gotten lots of criticism when it comes to how a lot time she spends with her youngsters.
No one apart from Kourtney and her household really is aware of how a lot time she spends with her three kids — Mason, Penelope and Reign — however that hasn’t stopped indignant commenters from weighing in with their opinions.
According to BuzzFeed, the 42-year-old obtained a very judgmental remark after she shared a sequence of photographs from her current trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The stunning pictures present her driving horseback with kids Reign and Penelope on the seashore. Mason was not included within the put up.
Kourtney Kardashian claps again on Instagram
One individual determined to add of their two cents when writing, “oh wow you’re with your kids finally????” To that, Kourtney introduced the hater again to actuality with one easy response. “I’m with my kids every day thank God, social media isn’t always real life,” she wrote. And she’s completely proper!
Kourtney and Travis acquired engaged simply final month, so in fact, lots of her social media posts are about her new fiancé. She’s clearly enthusiastic about her relationship, and if she’s sharing extra photographs with Travis than her kids, why does that matter? She can spend time with her youngsters with out posting it to Instagram.
One commenter put it completely once they wrote on Kourtney’s put up:
“The fact that she’s stopped frequently posting her kids and people assume she’s never with them. She’s doesn’t have to post them. People are just strange.”
This is hardly the primary time Kourtney has had to clap again at haters and it actually received’t be the final. Fortunately, it appears she’s a professional at dealing with social media criticism and understands Instagram isn’t an actual depiction of somebody’s life.