Khloé Kardashian slams Instagram troll who says Chicago doesn't have Kim Kardashian's DNA

Khloé Kardashian slams Instagram troll who says Chicago doesn't have Kim Kardashian's DNA

The Kardashians get criticized for many things - cultural appropriation, Photoshop fails, starring in a reality show that makes viewers 'cold-hearted' to the poor. However, their children should be off-limits to criticism, because they are just that: children. When the Kardashian-Jenner family shares an adorable baby photo, the appropriate response is to say "Awww." (Or post an outraged comment claiming "NOBODY CARES," which ironically shows how much you care.)

On Sunday, Kim Kardashian shared a throwback photo of herself as a toddler on Instagram, which she photo 'Baby K.' The picture elicited countless thumbs-up and heart emojis from her 122 million followers. In the comments, her half-sister Kylie Jenner, "Omg Chicago," pointed out that Kim and her daughter share a strong resemblance. However, Instagram user @ragstoriches11 didn't agree with Kylie, and claimed that Chicago "would either look MORE like Kanye or the surrogate mother."

The comment was quickly deleted, but not before catching the eye of Kim's sister, Khloé. She slammed the critic  for implying Chicago did not have Kim's DNA, writing, "If you don't really know about someone's situation then maybe you should not comment. Try informing yourself first before you make such silly statements, doll. Your passive, wannabe, petty comment is simply uneducated. Chicago is completely Kimberly's biological child. Praise the Lord she was able to have a surrogate and that we are blessed with sweet, gorgeous Chi Chi."

@ragstoriches11 replied to Khloé, writing, "I never said the baby wasn't beautiful. SHE DEFINITELY IS, but she did have a surrogate, so the baby would either look MORE like Kanye or the surrogate mother. That's all, love." Clearly, this person doesn't understand how surrogates work. Surrogate mothers carry embryos created by the mother and and father, and therefore have no biological affiliation with the child.

Khloe Kardashian claps back at IG troll Credit: Instagram

Khloé then kindly corrected the critic, writing  "I am not saying you said that, love. I am saying you must be more informed before speaking on something that you don't know anything about, apparently. Chicago is Kimberly's DNA. Her and her husband made embryos and then they were blessed enough to have a surrogate carry their child for them since Kimberly is unable to. God bless modern medicine." She went on to show some love to Kim's childhood photo, commenting, "Always gorgeous just like both of your baby girls!!!! Blessed!!!"

The moral of this story is that you should never question Kardashian babies' DNA on Instagram. If you do, a member of the Kardashian-Jenner family might serve you with a basic biology lesson. And what could be less embarrassing than knowing less about science than a Kardashian? Is that really something you want to be internet-famous for? I think not. You'll never live that one down. Never!

You may now resume posting hundreds of snarky comments and memes about how little you care about the Kardashians. (We all know the truth!)