The new mom posted a sweet message to her Twitter page about taking her daughter out for swimming lessons, but she then suffered a major infiltration of tweets accusing her of not being a hands-on mom! Kim reacted to the haters, and HollywoodLife.com found out why!
Kim Kardashian reacted to negative backlash about her involved parenting of North West on her Twitter page after a fan challenged how hands-on she and fiance Kanye West are with their daughter. HollywoodLife.com learned EXCLUSIVELY why Kim felt she had to speak up for the sake of her daughter!
Kim Kardashian Blasts Twitter Users Over Parenting Skills
Kim posted a sweet message about taking Nori out for her very first swimming lessons!
We took our baby girl swimming today for the 1st time, she loved it so much! #BestDayEver
— Kim Kardashian (@KimKardashian) November 30, 2013
A Twitter user responded to her tweet by saying that it must have been nice for the 5-month-old who “got to see her parents for a change!”
Kim felt very hurt by the accusation she doesn’t spend time with her daughter, so she actually responded! “[You] sound so ignorant. Bc I don’t tweet or instagram my every move w my daughter means I am not with her 247? We share what we want,” Kim wrote in response. “Or is it bc I go support my fiance at every show & I post pix? When the baby goes down 4 bed or a nap, parents are allowed 2 work & support each other.”
Woah! Go Kim!
Kim Kardashian: Why She Reacted To Parenting Backlash
Kim had to speak out when she felt the negativity about her baby. “Kim is used to be criticized, her weight, her clothes everything all the time but when you start talking about her child? Come on,” a source told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “Kim is a great mom and she will not stay quiet when someone is talking badly about North and her as a parent. She is with North all the time, she takes her everywhere, people will always try to find something to tear her down.”
What do YOU think, HollyMoms? Are you glad Kim spoke out against her criticisms?
— Reporting by Chloe Melas, Written by Kristine Hope Kowalski