Khloé Kardashian is no stranger to brushing off negative comments about her choice of lifestyle, but when it comes to her 5-month-old child, Baby True, you’re mistaken if you think she’s not going to respond!
Known as the KarJenner who’s not afraid to take to Twitter read haters to filth, Khloé has this message to racist trolls who had disrespectful comments about her daughter’s skin tone: “If you have the courage to post your nasty criticism please allow one to defend or comment back.”
It’s no secret True Thompson is a beautiful brown tone—thanks to the mix of mother’s milky skin and her father Tristan Thompson’s mocha brown skin tone—but apparently haters have problems with her rich melanin.
On Thursday, the 34-year-old first-time mom took to her Twitter to share how annoyed she is when someone disrespects her family, but she admits the biggest irritation is when they delete the comments after she responds.
“I dislike the fact that people are allowed to comment on my daughter’s skin color but as soon as I comment kindly back and praise her for all that she is, the comment gets erased,” the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star tweeted.
“If you have the courage to post your nasty criticism please allow one to defend or comment back,” she added.
She then went on to respond to a tweet which read, “I love seeing people stand up and compliment black/mixed skin tons definitely don’t hear it enough.”
“We need to learn to praise all skin tones/ethnicities!” Khloé responded before adding, “Our beauty is in our differences. We can learn so much!”
Where’s the lie? Nowhere.
Our biggest question is, since when did it become OK to come for a baby? It's clear that the internet is getting out of control with trolls sitting behind their computer screens with the intentions to hurt someone.
We are disgusted.
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