Kate Hudson Speaks Out Against 'Negative Seekers' After Brother Oliver's Controversial Comments
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The 'Bride Wars' actress defends her brother, who previously received backlash for his comments about their mom Goldie Hawn as he discussed his childhood 'trauma.'

AceShowbiz - Kate Hudson makes sure everyone knows that she's got her brother Oliver Hudson's back. The actress defended her brother who made headlines for his comments about their mom Goldie Hawn as he discussed his childhood "trauma."

On Monday, April 15, Kate took to her TikTok account to share a video from their "Sibling Revelry" podcast in which they discussed Oliver's controversial remarks. "Random thinkingsā€¦. BLOCK THE NEGATIVE SEEKERS X They take too much undeserved energy #makeuptalk," the 44-year-old actress wrote in the caption.

In the video, Kate discussed her and Oliver's approach to online criticism. "I was like, 'Who cares?' Then I really started thinking about it, and I was like, 'Oh, people do care, actually,' " Kate said. "It's not nice when people take something out of context or they look at something you're doing and they get all negative about it."

Following the backlash, Kate claimed that she started to look at the situation in a different way. "I started thinking about people who live in that, like myself or any kind of celebrity, where you have to get used to it because people can be so mean," she continued. "It's someone that doesn't even exist."

"Or someone is actually, legitimately trying to make you feel or look bad and then when you really break that down, you're like, 'Oh, my God. The amount of energy it takes for someone to s**t on someone else is not only exhausting but not even worth giving any attention to,' " she added.

The video came after Oliver faced backlash after he blamed his mom for the trauma he experienced when he was a child. The 47-year-old, who was raised by mother Goldie and stepfather Kurt Russell, said in a March episode of the "Sibling Revelry" podcast, "You're unpacking the patterns that were put upon you from your parents and stepparents. This course was all about understanding what those patterns were and kind of learning how to break through them and building your toolbox."

"My mother was the one that I had almost the most trauma about interestingly enough because she was my primary caregiver and I was with her all of the time," he further noted. "I felt unprotected at times. She would be working. She had new boyfriends that I didn't really like. She would be living her life and she was an amazing mother. This is my own perception as a child who didn't have a dad and needed her to be there and she just wasn't sometimes, and she came out far more than even my dad who wasn't there."

In another episode of the podcast, Oliver admitted that he's "even afraid to talk about it to inflame this even more, because everything is taken so far out of context. If you listen to the whole thing, it's more about my child feelings in that moment rather than me and how I feel about Mom as a parent."

He continued, "I don't know who I would be without my mother. I can't even fathom it. The love that I have for her and the respect and the reverence that I have for her is beyond anything. So, it was just completely taken out of context."

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