Khloe Kardashian Hits Back At Mom Shamers After Attending Event Without Daughter True

Khloé Kardashian just can't win.

On Sunday, July 29, 2018, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star took to Twitter to hit back at online trolls yet again. Earlier that evening, she'd received criticism for leaving daughter True at home with boyfriend Tristan Thompson while attending a charity event.

"Mommy shamers r at a high right now. I'm sick, at a charity event & I'm getting slack 4being here bc I have a baby?" Kardashian wrote to her 25.7 million followers, following the "If Only" Texas Hold'Em Poker Tournament. Held at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., the event raised funds for the cancer research organization City of Hope. "Her dad is watching her while I'm trying 2bring awareness 2an amazing organization. But either way, what's wrong w a new mom letting daddy take over 4a few hours?" 

Consider us #TeamKhloé, because we couldn't agree more. Especially since the Revenge Body star's latest clap back comes on the heels of her admission to feeling "mom guilt" over the weekend.

"The worst part is the mom guilt. It's a real thing," Kardashian wrote to a fan during a Twitter Q&A on Saturday, July 28, while opening up about motherhood. "You feel guilty at all times if you have to leave her side. Or really for anything." But the new mom couldn't help but gush over her little girl, adding, "The best part is everything about her! The unconditional love and the fact that I get to raise a beautiful, strong and intelligent young lady."

Despite having to occasionally defend herself against mom shamers, the Good American businesswoman seems to be living her best life these days. As Nicki Swift previously reported, the family-of-three recently returned home to Los Angeles from Cleveland, Ohio — where Thompson plays for the Cavaliers — in mid-June 2018. "I'm over the moon about being home!" the reality TV star wrote to her fans on her app earlier this month, adding, "I'm most excited about being so close to my family."

Kardashian, 34, and Thompson, 27, had been living in Ohio since before welcoming their first child together amid the NBA star's infamous infidelity scandal. Just two days before their daughter's birth in mid-April, the basketball pro was caught allegedly cheating on his then-pregnant girlfriend with multiple women.

The proud parents, who started dating in October 2016, now seem to be doing better than ever. After staying together in the wake of the cheating allegations, the couple kept a relatively low profile to focus on their relationship while reportedly attending couples therapy. "You have no knowledge of what goes on in our household or the enormous rebuilding this takes to even coexist," Kardashian tweeted in response to a fan's comments on the headline-making ordeal. "I'm proud of my strength."