Why Is the World So Critical of Khloe Kardashian’s Pregnancy?
Everyone has an opinion.
It’s easy to poke fun at the Kardashians
They’re obnoxious in every sense of the word, and they’re incredibly wealthy (for doing nothing, as some would argue), so it feels like it’s our collective duty to bring them back down to Earth every once in a while.
And while the innocent jokes rotate between their love lives (72-day marriage!) and their outfits (those bicycle shorts), there’s one serious issue that the world just can’t seem to shut up about: Khloe Kardashian’s pregnancy.
For some reason, Khloe’s pregnancy has captivated the world — and not in a good way. Instead of congratulatory messages and support, she’s received criticism every step of the journey.
From covering her baby bump to cradling her baby bump, it seems like everyone has something to say about the way the youngest Kardashian woman has handled her pregnancy. Just this week, the star clapped back at those who were criticizing the way she was posing in photos. Captioning her Instagram post, “What’s meant to be will always find a way,” Khloe left a second comment saying “People are very opinionated about my bump. I choose to cradle my bump because it’s MINE. I’ve waited for this VERY short moment for YEARS. I have only months to enjoy this phase in my life, so I will touch my bump and love my bump as often as I choose. Mommy loves you baby!”
But the criticism doesn’t end there.
Khloe also faced backlash last month for travelling to Japan with her sisters. Most pregnant women are told that travelling in your third trimester is a big no-no, and Khloe’s eight months pregnant. The trolls came out in droves to share their feelings about Khloe’s “risky” behaviour, with one asking, “Why would you risk travel during pregnancy??” and another saying that travelling during that stage of your pregnancy is “not too smart.”
With their million-dollar empire, it’s likely the Kardashians got some pretty pricey medical advice before take-off. No need for Instagram commenters to worry.