Khloe Kardashian mom-shamed for not supporting her daughter's neck: 'That baby doesn't look comfortable'

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Khloé Kardashian is the latest victim of mom shaming.

The reality star recently shared a throwback Instagram of herself holding True Thompson, who was born in April, when she was about a month old. In the photo, Kardashian’s daughter with basketball player Tristan Thompson is napping while being cradled in her mother’s left arm — and many are criticizing Kardashian for the way she was holding her child.

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A post shared by Khloé (@khloekardashian) on Jul 26, 2018 at 6:51am PDT

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“That baby doesn’t look comfortable and you are supposed to support her head not just let it flop,” one person commented.

Many others echoed the same sentiment.

Many have criticized Khloé for the way she was holding her daughter. (Photo: Instagram / Khloe Kardashian)
Many have criticized Khloé for the way she was holding her daughter. (Photo: Instagram / Khloe Kardashian)

Some even called the 34-year-old for having long nails.

“Aren’t you afraid to hurt your baby with those long nails,” one person said.

But along with the shamers came the floods of fans in the comments supporting Khloé.

Floods of fans spoke out in support of Khloé.(Photo: Instagram / Khloe Kardashian)
Floods of fans spoke out in support of Khloé.(Photo: Instagram / Khloe Kardashian)

“Stop hating about the way she’s sleeping… she’s fine,” one supporter said. Another added, “I’m sure she has made every effort take take the best care of her baby.”

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A post shared by Khloé (@khloekardashian) on May 26, 2018 at 2:13pm PDT


Khloe welcomed her first child back in April just days after footage emerged of her partner Tristan Thompson appearing to cheat on her with multiple women.

But the pair now seem to be back on track, moving back to Los Angeles, Calif., from Cleveland, Ohio last month.

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