AceShowbiz - Kourtney Kardashian had to deal with criticism even when she shared her happiness with the world. "The Kardashians" star hopped on social media to answer a troll's question about what she would do with multiple massive floral bouquets that she received as gifts.
While showing off the birthday presents through some videos shared on Instagram, Kourtney expressed her gratitude in the caption. She wrote, "Feeling so overwhelmed with gratitude for all of the birthday love and wishes. Turning 44 was a dream."
One of the critics, however, commented underneath her post, "What do you think they do with the flowers after they are looked at?" In response, the Poosh founder replied, "We donate them to the children's hospital."
Her husband Travis Barker, meanwhile, showed love to her in the comment section by writing, "Happy Birthday, I love you so much." He also shared a longer tribute to his wife in his own Instagram post.
"You deserve everything your heart desires. Nothing makes me happier than seeing you smile. You stole my heart the moment we met," the Blink-182 drummer wrote alongside photos and videos of the two. 'Happy birthday to the most beautiful amazing woman to walk the face of the earth. I love you my wife."
Birthday aside, the Kardashians family is no stranger to getting questions about what they do with decor and food left over from their many parties. Back in 2019, Kourtney's younger sister Khloe Kardashian responded to a "serious question" that read, "What do y'all do with all the props, decor, and leftover food after birthday parties!!?"
"I just watched khloe's from last weekend, North/P's the week before and Saint's last night," the said fan continued. "It's SO MUCH, I'm so curious! @khloekardashian @KimKardashian @kourtneykardash."
Catching wind of the tweet, Khloe explained, "The decor is normally rented but anything personal (like the quote signs) I have in storage for another function one day." She went on to explain, "The food left overs always get donated to a food bank or church. Sometimes the food may go elsewhere Depending on the situation."