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Kourtney Kardashian

Following her admission that she forbade her son from eating McDonald’s french fries for a year, Kourtney Kardashian answers to the “annoying” response.

After telling the Wall Street Journal that she had informed her son he couldn’t eat the meal, Kourtney Kardashian Barker addressed the issue over her decision to feed her kids McDonald’s french fries.

 

Kardashian Barker termed the outrage over her words in a recent interview with Vogue “annoying,” adding that her family makes french fries at home and she doesn’t flatly forbid them from her kids.

 

To set the record straight, we’re a french fry-loving family, Kardashian Barker told Vogue. “We frequent eateries that provide french fries because we love them. only McDonald’s in particular. I always try to stay away from fast food.”

 

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal that was published on September 12, Kardashian Barker claimed that her son had requested McDonald’s french fries while they were spending “one-on-one time,” telling her it had been “a year” since he had last eaten them. Despite a parenthetical in the Journal article identifying the boy in question as Mason, age 12, Kardashian Barker emphasised to Vogue that it was her 7-year-old Reign who requested the fries.

 

According to Kardashian Barker, she apologised to her son and stated, “Today’s not the day.” Other media outlets also covered her refusal.

 

Kardashian Barker claimed that one of the reasons she detested working with the press was the uproar the french-fry comment caused in the media.

 

She told Vogue, referring to her husband Travis Barker, “I was walking with Travis today and I was like, ‘This is so annoying; this is why I don’t enjoy doing interviews. Then other channels twist it and transform it into something else.

 

Mason’s birth, according to Kardashian Barker in the original Wall Street Journal article, was the catalyst for her “health journey.” In addition to her lifestyle company Poosh, she is now introducing Lemme, a line of ingestible supplements.

 

 

Himanshu Mahawar

Himanshu Mahawar is the Editor and Founder at Flaunt Weekly.

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