Kylie Jenner was among many of Kim's followers to point out the similarities between Kim and her youngest daughter, but one user didn't see the resemblance.
On Sunday afternoon, Kim posted a photo from when she was a toddler. She captioned the shot, "Baby K." Kylie Jenner was among many of Kim's followers to point out the similarities between Kim and her youngest daughter, but one user didn't see the resemblance and made a reference to the 11-month-old having been born via a surrogate.
The comment was quickly deleted, but not before Khloe got wind of it.
"If you don't really know about someone's situation then maybe you should not comment," Khloe replied to the woman. "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."
The critic replied to Khloe, saying, "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."
It was clear the woman didn't know that a surrogate mother has absolutely no biological affiliation with the child she is carrying, so Khloe took a moment to educate her.
"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," Khloe replied. "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."
The critic quickly apologized for commenting on the situation "when there were things I didn't know," and reiterated how beautiful Chicago was. Smooth.
Chicago was born January 15, 2018 -- to parents Kim Kardashian and Kanye West -- via a surrogate.
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