Kim Zolciak gets a whole lot of hate for a whole lot of reasons.
And a whole lot of the time, it makes sense.
She also refuses to admit she's had plastic surgery done on her face, which may be the wildest thing of all.
Kim is just such an odd human being, and she makes it so easy to criticize her.
But sometimes, every once in a great long while, she gets some hate she doesn't deserve.
Is this one of those rare moments?
Let's figure it out!
OK, so Kim posted this photo of one of her children, Kash, on Instagram.
Believe it or not, this boy is only six years old:
It looks like Kash is very, very large for his age, so much he could easily pass for twice as old as he actually is.
And yet, he is still in a booster seat.
If you've been on the internet for any real amount of time, then you probably know that a lot of people can get fired up over car seat safety.
Those people found their way to Kim's post, and boy, did they let her have it.
"He too damn big for a booster seat," one person told her.
Another said that "he has to be at the weight requirement to not be in that seat anymore ... let go momma!"
One of her followers thought this photo was a joke since he tooks "huge" in the seat, and another said that this must be "humiliating" for him.
Someone else brought up the usual requirements for booster seats, writing "I'm sure he's over 4'9" and weighs more than 50 pounds."
"You're doing too much unecessary stuff and this might be dangerous as he is sitting higher than his natural height."
There were really just boatloads of comments about how Kash absolutely has to be too big for the seat.
Kim was not having it.
On her Instagram story, she shared the guidelines for the booster seat, which suggests that kids use them until they are 4'9" and 8 to 12 years old.
She then showed a photo of the height chart she uses to mark her kids' growth over the years, so we see that Kash is just 4'5".
"Y'all know I don't play when it comes to my babies," she added.
If you can just get past how big Kash is and take another look at the photo, you can see that he does need the seat.
With the boost, the seatbelt is situated properly, which is why you'd want a child in a booster seat in the first place.
Yep, there are plenty of things to mock about Kim Zolciak, but this?
This is not one of them.