Kourtney Kardashian cheekily urged her anonymous trolls on social media to “erase your finstas and live authentically.”
The 43-year-old gave a “Tip of the Day” on Insta Stories this Monday: “Say whatever you’re going to say, just do it as you, not as a person who doesn’t exist.”
She then regretted the text with her pal Addison Rae, 21, who has found fame as a TikTok star in recent years and has dealt with her share of haters.
Defiant: Kourtney Kardashian cheekily dared her anonymous trolls on social media to ‘erase your finstas and live authentically’
The brunette bombshell wrote on her original Insta-Story: “Kourtney’s Tip of the Day: To all the zero followers who love to comment on our posts, how liberating it would be to delete their finstas and live authentically. Say whatever you want to say, just say it as you, not as a person who doesn’t exist.”
A friend responded to Kourtney’s story in the DMs: “Or better yet, get out there in this world and be a better person? Even if it’s always just a hater. lol.’
Kourtney posted a screenshot of the DM to her Insta Stories and playfully captioned it, “ONE HATER AT A TIME BABY!!”
Addison texted Kourtney about the anonymous trolls, “The most annoying thing in the world,” adding, “And a waste of valuable time too.”
Side by side: She then regretted the text with her pal Addison Rae, 21, who has found fame as a TikTok star in recent years; The duo is pictured in October 2020
Registering a heart reaction to the second text, Kourtney replied, “I agree that I was about to add that I also think you might be more wise about your time.”
Last week, Kourtney denied her 12-year-old son Mason is on social media, slamming an “ultra-creepy” account that she accused of “relentlessly pretending” to be him.
A social media account impersonating Mason had leveled allegations about the Kardashian-Jenner family, including that Kourtney’s younger half-sister, Kylie Jenner, was close to marrying her rapper boyfriend, Travis Scott.
What if: The 43-year-old offered a “Tip of the Day” on Insta Stories this Monday: “Say whatever you’re going to say, just do it as you, not as a person who doesn’t exist.”
‘Lol’: A friend responded to Kourtney’s story in the DMs: ‘Or better yet, get out there in this world and be a better person? Even if it’s always just a hater’
Relationship: Addison texted Kourtney about the anonymous trolls: “Most annoying thing in the world,” adding, “And a waste of valuable time too.”
However, Kourtney posted to both Twitter and her Insta Stories this Thursday to reassure her public that the account is not Mason.
“Hi everyone, I hope it’s going to be a nice Thursday,” Kourtney wrote desperately. “After months of thinking you would all know Mason is NOT on these fake accounts, some of you don’t know. So I’ll spell it out clearly: This is NOT Mason on those fake social media accounts talking about our family.
As for her children, she had explained two years earlier: “I think there is an age limit for Instagram. I think it’s 13.’
Mother and child: Last week, Kourtney denied her son Mason, 12, is on social media and slammed an “ultra-creepy” account, which she accused of “relentlessly pretending” to be him
So Done: Kourtney angrily wrote: “After months and months of thought you would all know that these fake accounts are NOT Mason, some of you aren’t.”
Kourtney shares her three children — Mason, 12, Penelope, 10, and Reign, seven — with her sizzling ex-fiancé Scott Disick.
First introduced in 2006 at the Mexican home of Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis, Scott and Kourtney began an on-off romance by 2015.
Since then, Kourtney has married heavily tattooed drummer Travis Barker, and Scott has hung out with teenage girls like Sofia Richie and Amelia Hamlin.
All that sweet affection: Kourtney recently posted a beloved Instagram album documenting her last weekend with her new husband Travis Barker after his bout of pancreatitis
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk
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