Kourtney Kardashian posted Easter photos of her son, that showed off his long hair. Her Easter celebration looked fun, with a basket from her mother and little gifts. But instead of celebrating, fans found fault with Reign’s hair.
Someone commented on the post telling Kourtney to cut her son’s hair, “Bruh cut your son hair… smh…”, and another said it bluntly: “Cut your son’s hair.”
Kourtney responded with: “Most gorgeous hair on earth, anyone who says otherwise ABCDEFG.”
It is obviously, painfully obvious, that she does not wish to cut her son’s hair or see anything wrong with him having such lengthy hair.
Urban Dictionary has the phrase “ABCDEFG” on their site, with an explanation:
Scott Disik: Are we cool, like are we in agreement?
Kourtney Kardashian: ABCDEFG. I have to go.
SD: What the heck does ABCDEFG mean?
KK: It’s just a phrase I like to use that means the conversation is over.
SD: Is that a real phrase? You’ve said this before.
KK: You’ve never heard that phrase?
SD: No? Have you?
KK: It means the convo is done.
KK: Yeah. G – Goodbye.
Every time Kardashian shares a photo of her son, people comment about his hair, and they are not telling her how beautiful it is.
They’re always telling her to cut it. So, this has inspired Kardashian to put her fans in their place about her son’s hair.
She posted a photo back on Nov. 30, captioned: ““You feel me smooooove.” Meet Tarzan. Anyone with hair comments is absolutely jealous of these divine locks.”
Fans went absolutely insane over the video of Reign, her son, playing on monkey bars. The comments were horrible.
Many of them were attacking Kardashian as a parent, or making fun of her son.
“I thought you had 2 girls & a boy/ yr going to give that kid an. An identity crisis. Shame on you/ why dont you ask her if she eants it cut or not?” One fan said.
Another fan mentioned: “OMG kourt cut it off, you act as if no one else can grow hair. Ain’t nothing special about it, isn’t he a boy?”
One fan chimed in with this fun fact: “oh my god hair doesn’t define you. let the kid grow his hair out. she’s clearly not forcing him because her other kids don’t have hair to their waist.”
No one commenting that Reign’s hair should be cut is considering the idea that, maybe he does not want it cut.
Fans quickly banded together to back this up: “If he wanted it cut he would say something to his mom. There is nothing wrong maybe it him that don’t want it cut.He is a cute little boy.”
And one fan praised Kourtney on being a good mother, “I love how good of a Mom that you are, Kourtney, and yes, he is your son so, for now it is your choice to not cut Reign’s hair. However, once he starts school (maybe before) he will most likely be teased from other children. He may decide to want his hair cut one day in the near future which I’m sure that you would allow at that time. ☺”
And last but not least, someone brought Jason Momoa’s hair into the convo: “Nobody has a problem with Jason Momoa? #jasonmomoa”