Khloé Kardashian Just Went Mama Bear on a Troll Who Insulted Baby True

People can be awful and hateful and, unfortunately, Khloé Kardashian has the receipts to prove it. On Friday, one of her Twitter followers proved just how low some haters can go when they called Kardashian’s 12-week-old daughter True “not cute at all.” 

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Although the original tweet has since been deleted by the follower and their other tweets protected, multiple sources managed to capture the commenter’s response. “[I] honestly didn’t mean for my tweet to get as many replies and whatnot to it. I apologize for my actions and I shouldn’t have said what I said,” the commenter wrote. “I wasn’t thinking at all.” 

Still, KoKo was not here for the rude remark — or the paltry apology that came after. 

“What self-respecting adult would even comment on a child’s appearance? What type of disgusting human being are you?” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star tweeted. “It’s pathetic that you are this miserable in your life.”

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When another follower commented that it was disgusting people could be “so vile,” Kardashian added, “She’s a loser for that. No respect for people like that. People are entitled to their own opinions and feelings but why on earth would you tweet that and if you must why would you tag me?” 

To another fan, Kardashian lamented that she simply couldn’t understand people who pour their time into negativity instead of kindness. And can we just say amen? 

In the time it took Kardashian’s hater to tweet such an unnecessary statement about baby True, they could have easily used that same time and energy to lift someone else up instead of tearing them down. 

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Is this where we are as a society — hiding behind our keyboards and hurling insults at infants? Insults that, for the record, are categorically untrue? That child is precious with a capital P. 

In this particular situation, humanity redeemed itself through the countless fans who supported, comforted and reassured Kardashian. But the fact that we’re even here having this conversation suggests we’ve got a lot of work to do. 

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