Apparently, some so-called fans are still confused over what Chicago West being born via surrogacy really means.
When Kim Kardashian posted an innocuous photo, some very confused troll claims that Kim and Chicago aren't actually related at all.
It fell to Khloe to set the fool straight, and she did not mince words. Take a look:
Kim Kardashian shared this throwback of her as an adorable young girl.
"Always gorgeous just like both of your baby girls!!!!" Khloe gushed in the comments. "Blessed!!!"
(Apparently, Saint can just choke, or Khloe is weirdly fixated on gendering her compliments)
Kim's family weren't the only ones to take notice.
Her fans raved over the throwback pic, and some of them observed how much young Kim looks like her youngest daughter.
But a comment that attracted a lot of attention came from none other than Kylie Jenner.
"Omg Chicago," Kylie wrote sweetly.
One followers -- and it's unclear if they're confused, a troll, or a conspiracy theorist -- didn't care for that comparison.
Instead, they tried to "correct" Kylie over seeing a similarity between mother and daughter.
The commenter wrote that Chicago "would either look MORE like Kanye or the surrogate mother."
That is, of course, not accurate.
As we all know, Kim had a gestational carrier -- often colloquially referred to as a surrogate.
Kim's egg and Kanye's sperm were used to create the zygote that eventually became Chicago.
The "surrogate" contribute a womb, not chromosomes.
Khloe took it upon herself to educate this misguided soul.
"If you don't really know about someone's situation," Khloe suggests. "Then maybe you shouldn't comment."
That's good advice for most circumstances.
"Try informing yourself first before you make such silly statements doll," Khloe writes.
Khloe uses some terms of endearment in otherwise hostile messages and ... she really missed her calling as a southerner.
She continues: "Your passive wanna be petty comment is simply uneducated."
"Chicago is completely Kimberly's biological child," Khloe affirms.
We all knew that, but allegedly this commenter did not, even though it was explaineda bajillion times in 2017.
"Praise the lord she was able to have a surrogate," Khloe exclaims.
Not every family has the means to do so.
"And," Khloe concludes. "That we are blessed with sweet gorgeous Chi Chi."
The fan -- or troll -- seemed to still not get it.
"I never said the baby wasn't beautiful [face with tears of joy emoji]," the commenter replied. "SHE DEFINITELY IS,"
"But," the commenter insisted. "She did have a surrogate."
"So," the commenter doubled down. "The baby would either look MORE like Kanye or the surrogate mother."
"That's all love," the commenter signed off.
That is just ... still wrong. The womb doesn't magically imbue genetic characteristics upon a baby.
"I am not saying you said that love," Khloe replies.
Khloe continues: "I am saying you must be more informed before speaking on something that you don't know anything about apparently."
"Chicago is Kimberly's DNA," Khloe oh-so-patiently explains.
"Her and her husband made embryos," Khloe spells out. "And then they were blessed enough to have a surrogate carry their child for them."
If you heat up chili with cheese in a microwave, it doesn't come out microwave flavor.
The gestational carrier is the microwave in this analogy, folks. Kim and Kanye are the chili and cheese.
Khloe notes that this was important "since Kimberly is unable to."
"God bless modern medicine," Khloe concludes.
The lesson here is to not assume you know more than someone's own family, and to only be a know-it-all if you actually know anything.