Kourtney Kardashian forced to respond after troll criticised her 4-year-old son's hair

Kourtney Kardashian forced to respond after troll criticised her 4-year-old son's hair

It's a sad fact that there's no shortage of people on the internet who are happy to mom or dad-shame complete strangers for their parenting choices. Indeed, even celebrities aren't immune to being victims of this kind of harassment.

For instance, this week Kourtney Kardashian has been forced to respond to the cruel comments of an internet troll after they made disparaging comments about her son's hair on social media.

The trouble began when Kourtney went took her kids to Stanta Ynez over the weekend for a fun family day out horseriding. Kourtney later decided to share some photographs of seven-year-old Penelope Disick and four-year-old Reign Disick on her official Instagram account.

But rather than commenting on how fun the equestrian activities looked, One person apparently had some pretty negative opinions about Reign's haircut. They apparently thought that the hairstyle was too long and flowing, and thus took to the comments to write: "She really need to cut his hair."

Watch this KUWTK clip all about Kourtney's feud below:

However, Kourtney was only too happy to defend her son's haircut with a witty retort of her own. Kourtney personally took to the comments herself to reply: "She really need to not worry about kids that aren’t her own. He is a happy boy. [sic]"

In a recent episode of the reality TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kourtney was forced to defend her parenting after getting into a spat with her mom's boyfriend Corey Gamble. After Gamble advocated spanking as a form of discipline, Kourtney took to Twitter to make her views known.

She wrote: "In my opinion, beating children is not [how] to 'get your kids in check. When children are hurting or frustrated, the answer is not to physically hurt them. … They're children and she was clearly hurting inside so hurting her physically is not going to make anything better. How do we not know better by now?! [sic]"