This mom is not having it with people who judge her on social media. Khloé Kardashian was mom-shamed for the length of her nails, and her response is pretty great. The reality star, entrepreneur and mom was fed up with commenters on her Instagram account.
The youngest Kardashian sister is no stranger to drama. Over the past year, Khloé has dealt with several cheating scandals regarding her ex-boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, while balancing life as a new and single mom. Now, the Revenge Body host isn’t holding back when it comes to mom-shamers judging her for — of all things — the length of her nails.
It’s annoying when people talk about my nails. Trust me, I manage just fine. The same way I take care of myself, I take care of my baby. There are more serious things to discuss. At least I would hope. 🙄 happy Monday to you
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) February 18, 2019
According to People, Kardashian responded to critics who thought the reality star couldn’t properly care for her 15-month-old daughter, True Thompson, while having an extra long manicure. “I’ve always had long nails. I’ve had long nails for 100 years. I’m a long nail type of girl,” Kardashian told Vogue in a video. “Everyone told me, when you have a baby you have to have short nails. This is gross. You can’t take care of your child.”
She continued, “If I can wipe my own ass, I can wipe my child’s ass! “I mean I’m actually looking at hers. So, it’s a lot easier.”
But Kardashian further explained that she has never had trouble performing any of her mom duties, despite her long nails. Kardashian’s recent comments follows an Instagram in February of her with long, red nails. After she posted the Instagram, mom-shamers came out. One social media user wrote, “Omg how can you handle a baby with those nails.” Kardashian, however, countered the comments with a tweet. “It’s annoying when people talk about my nails,” she wrote. “Trust me, I manage just fine. The same way I take care of myself, I take care of my baby. There are more serious things to discuss. At least I would hope.”