Khloé Kardashian Got Mommy Shamed For Playing Poker, And Her Response Was Epic

Diply 30 Jul 2018

Sigh.

I wish I had a punch card for every time a Kardashian got mommy shamed, because at this rate, I would've redeemed several free beverages by now.

Unfortunately, a Kardashian mommy-shaming punch card makes zero sense for any business, and no coffee shop could possibly afford to supply all those free drinks, so it remains but a dream.

In case your memory got erased by that metal stick thing from Men In Black, this is Khloé Kardashian.

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Three months ago, Khloé gave birth to her daughter, True Thompson.

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But, like any human mother, Khloé is still leading a life independent of her daughter.

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For example, the other night Khloé attended a fundraiser for City of Hope National Medical Center, were she played poker for the charity.

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Evidently shocked by a mother plainly existing without her child in the room, this stranger asked who was babysitting True.

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'Cause let's be honest, that's what this is: a stranger inquiring about the well-being of someone's infant daughter.

How thoughtful and not creepy whatsoever.

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Of course, a response was hardly necessary from Khloé, but she obviously knows that the world loves a feisty clapback, so...

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She responded, "Her dad but thanks for being so interested."

WHOA! Imagine that?! A father, just like a mother, taking care of his own child!

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Obviously, the person who asked the question had completely ruled out this wild possibility.  

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On top of that, they must've overlooked the idea that mothers are still individuals, and that they both can and deserve to lead a life adjacent to their motherly responsibilities.

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Hopefully, Khloé's response provided some eye-opening knowledge for that person.

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I can only hope that they consider these very simple facts before inquiring about a stranger's child in the future.

Or, better yet, not inquire at all.

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