Kourtney Kardashian has no time for mom-shaming trolls: 'No one knows my kids better than me, I've got this'
It's completely true when they say that it is very difficult to ignore a Kardashian. After all, the Kardashians are one of the most searched celebrities on the internet. They have been living their life in the public glare for 13 years, ever since the reality TV series 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' went on air in 2007.
Living in the limelight for such a long period is no easy feat, especially for the Kardashian family, whose every move invites a slew of opinions on the internet. In a recent interview with supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for her lifestyle website Rose Inc, Kourtney Kardashian, the eldest of the Kardashian sisters, revealed that mom-shaming is the worst thing that she has ever had to deal with.
Asked how she prevents all the negativity from getting to herself and affecting her sanity, Kourtney said, “I really try to not give energy to things that aren’t worthy of my energy.”
She also admitted to replying to a negative comment once in a while but maintained that she does it for fun. She also acknowledged that no matter what she does, the internet will have an opinion, either good or bad. Kourtney further added that the worst times are the ones when strangers on the internet give her unsolicited parenting advice. She recently posted a picture with her daughter Penelope on her social media and someone commented, "Is it ok to post children on social media?" while another comment read, "Why, cut Penelopes hair short and leave Reigns hair long that's weird".
The eldest Kardashian sister, however, takes it all in her stride and doesn't pay any heed to such nasty comments. "No one knows my kids better than me, I’ve got this, I’m good, thanks," she said. In the same interview, she also mentioned that she will never apologize for kissing her children on the lips.
Lastly, answering about her vision for 2020, Kourtney mentioned that she aims for a lot of personal growth and keeping negative things coming out of her mouth to a bare minimum as that makes a lot of difference.