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Kim Kardashian West Is Facing Backlash For Posting A Bikini Photo Of Kris Jenner After She Gave Birth To Rob Kardashian

It's complicated.

Kim Kardashian West wants the world to know her mom was "major goals" after giving birth to Rob Kardashian.

On Friday, the reality star and mogul posted a postpartum bikini shot of Kris Jenner, writing that it was an early Mother's Day gift:

"I couldn’t wait to give her her gift! I live for sentimental gifts and was so excited when I found the wedding photographer Alfred Garcia, who shot her and my dad's wedding back in 1978," Kim shared.

The 39-year-old went on to say that she purchased the camera Alfred used on her parents' wedding day, along with the photos, and made an album for Kris. "She never had those photos, so to see them brought out so many happy tears!"

"Happy Mother’s Day, mom, I love you beyond! And the first pic I posted of you in the bikini after you gave birth to Rob is MAJOR GOALS!!! Always, in everything you do!!!!!" she wrote.

Many called out Kim on Twitter for celebrating her mother's "skinny" physique as "goals" so soon after giving birth:

@KimKardashian Why do we base GOALS on how skinny a woman can get after birthing a human ?

@KimKardashian Tell what you love about your mom. Is it her caring? Her understanding? Her boundless love for you? Nope, she got skinny and tan after four babies!! GOALS

Others felt the message was vapid and missed the mark on being meaningful:

@KimKardashian What a deep and meaningful message she sent to you. Stay thin. That’s all.

Although Kim didn't specifically call out her mother's physique, this person said the message shouldn't be about size at all:

@KimKardashian Why is it always about being thin? People: Size of your body does NOT equal your worth.

This Twitter user summed it up perfectly:

@KimKardashian Being skinny is not the goal.. being confident in your own skin after having babies is 🤗 that my mum goal 👌

What do you think? Was Kim's Mother's Day message out of touch or are people making too much of nothing? Tell us in the comments!