KUWTK Star Kourtney Kardashian Fires Back at Internet Troll Claiming She's Never Read a Book
The eldest of the Kardashians, Kourtney Kardashian, was under fire when Internet trolls made fun of her Instagram post and claimed that she doesn't read. The star fired back with amazing responses.
Kourtney Kardashian posted a picture on her Instagram on September 25. The reality star was bashed by Internet trolls shortly after.
The trolls focused on what she was doing and attempted to make fun of her intellect.
KARDASHIAN'S INSTAGRAM ATTACKED BY TROLLS
The Instagram post featured the star in the bathtub with a book in her hand. The star posted the picture in honor of her latest collaboration.
"Diffusing has become a part of my daily wellness routine which is why I am very happy to announce our latest collab," she wrote. "The saje x @poosh Positively Poosh diffuser and essential oil kit."
However, the trolls targeted the book in her hand and commented that the star didn't read.
HEAD TO HEAD WITH THE TROLLS
One user took to the comments and wrote that she wasn't reading a book. Kardashian was quick to respond to the troll. She replied with the name of the book in question along with, and angry face emoji.
The second troll came looking for some trouble and said that she had never read a book. Kourtney sprung into action again and mentioned that she graduated from college with an emoji of books.
KARDASHIAN'S EDUCATIONAL VOYAGE
Kardashian, who was in the crosshairs of the trolls, is actually a bookworm. She graduated from the University of Arizona with a major in BA in Theatre Arts and a minor in Spanish.
KOURTNEY'S DAUGHTER HAS A BAHEVORIAL ISSUE
Her daughter, Penelope, better known as "P" had an incident with her nanny while she was trying to get P into the car.
P reportedly scratched the nanny's face. During the episode, Kris Jenner's boyfriend, Corey Gamble, mentioned that the 7-year-old should be spanked for her behavior.
The suggestion didn't go well with P's father, Scott Disick. "Don't ever talk about a child like that! Get the [expletive] out of here," was his response to Gamble.