Khloe Kardashian slammed by fans for putting makeup on 3-year-old daughter True
7 April 2022, 11:37
Khloe Kardashian stars in Good American promo
The reality star came under fire for posting a selfie of her daughter True wearing make-up, which many claiming she's allowing her to grow up too fast
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Critiqued by her fans and followers on Instagram, The Keeping Up With Kardashians star's parenting skills was questioned, with many asking why she would put make-up on a third-year-old.
Captioning the picture "Good Morning" with a kiss emoji, Khloe's comment section did not seem too pleased with the Good American designer, whilst others praised her for letting True have some fun.
One critique read: "Premature and early sexualization of kids is a no-no. Don't let her grow up too fast, ok?", while another said "No. Way too young. What's next a thong and heels?".
2 young 4 this .. LET HER PLAY WITH PLAY-DOUGH ...OR HUNGRY HIPPO OR SOMETHIN ...#SMH ...🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔— Bardot_ Barbie ( Pronounced Bar-Dough) (@bardot_Barbie) April 5, 2022
Child exploitation.— Canerican2 (@JustDucky94542) April 5, 2022
Hard not to see she’s acting like a groomer. And of her own daughter. Might as well dangle her over in upper story patio railing. https://t.co/pULX1GUMBO— DarthMallard🦆❗️ (@drumhellor) April 5, 2022
One Twitter user praised the mum-of-one saying:
"Every little girl has gotten in their mommy’s makeup & closet before. It’s called playing dress up. Let’s not be hypocrites people. You’ve learned & were inspired by a woman in your life who’s wore makeup. Stop being up tight".
Watch the trailer for ABC News' Exclusive interview with the Kardashians
The Kardashians are currently doing a promo tour before their new reality TV show The Kardashians on HULU drops on April 14th. On the show, fans can expect to see Khloe go through it was her basketball beau Tristan Thompson, who is the father of True.
In a recent ABC News special with Robin Roberts, the family revealed the "It’s hard to live your life on a reality show and then say, ‘we want certain things to be private".