Kim Kardashian shared an incredibly adorable photo of her six-month-old baby, North West, yesterday (Dec. 16). But while many fans and followers cooed over the giggling baby girl, others have taken to social media to raise speculation about Nori's brows, and whether Kardashian has followed in the steps of former "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham, who admitted to waxing her 4-year-old daughter's eyebrows.
And even on Instagram, where the photo has amassed over 1.3 million likes, some people targeted the baby's perfect brows. "I hope you really ain't that superficial to be waxing that baby's eyebrow tho," wrote Instagram user jayelpurp.
Others, however, have taken to social media to defend Kim, writing:
When asked to comment, a rep for Kardashian said the allegations that the reality star grooms her child's brows "[are] false. Completely ridiculous."
This isn't the first time Kardashian has come under fire for her parenting skills. Last month, the reality star got flack for traveling the country with fiance Kanye West and attending his shows, something some people on Twitter used as "evidence" she is a negligent mother.
"u sound so ignorant," she tweeted back to one particular follower. "Bc I don’t tweet or instagram my every move w my daughter means I am not with her 247? We share what we want. Or is it bc I go support my fiance at every show & I post pix? When the baby goes down 4 bed or a nap, parents are allowed 2 work & support each other, maybe even have fun too."
UPDATE: Kim took to Twitter to tackle the haters, humorously writing:
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