Kim K’s 4-year-old Son Psalm Has a Moustache, and the Internet Has Questions

Kim Kardashian’s kid apparently has a moustache, and everyone’s got questions about it. In a sweet new Instagram post, Kardashian

Kim K's son Psalm birthday

Kim Kardashian’s kid apparently has a moustache, and everyone’s got questions about it.

In a sweet new Instagram post, Kardashian wished her son, Psalm, a happy birthday.

But while most people in the comments were happy to wish Psalm a happy birthday, a lot of people had questions.

Kim K’s Over-Photoshopping of Psalm Gives him a Moustache

Psalm just celebrated his fourth birthday, in truly lavish Kardashian style.

So why does he have a moustache?

In the Instagram post celebrating her son’s birthday, Kim wrote, “Happy 4th Birthday my beautiful smart curious baby boy Psalm. I’m just so happy you chose me to be your mommy. You teach me so much every day. I can’t wait to go through this life with you and that cutie smile of yours with your little fangs lol

Thank you so much @nataliehalcro for throwing the cutest party for my baby and @hausofelementsla for the amazing event design and production.”

It’s sweet. The fangs are a little weird, but kids can have some impressive canines so we’re letting that one slide.

We have other questions, though.

Like – why does he have a moustache?

If you take to the comment section, it’s clear that Kardashian’s fans have the same question.

One fan wrote, “u photoshopped ur baby so hard it has a moustache.”

Another added, “Omg he has a little mustache already! How cute he is. Happy birthday Psalm!”

And the comments didn’t stop there.

Wow, That’s Quite a Party

A lot of people focused on the fact that the party was really over the top – even for the Kardashians. In the pictures, it’s clear that Psalm’s theme was firefighters – and the party came complete with a real fire engine, red, white and brown balloons and ball pits, firefighter uniforms for little attendees, and Psalm’s very own comic-book-style heroic mural.

One person wrote, “Does he get to go to the moon for his 18th?,” and another person wrote, “Like what is he going to expect for his 10th birthday, a trip to the moon?”

And, “These people really don’t live in reality.”

Another follower wrote, “They are going to have to top these parties year after year.”

A follower added, “Another OVER THE TOP BIRTHDAY. Who Will all grow up thinking every birthday should cost a couple hundred thousand.”

One person even took a potshot at the fact that Kim and Kanye have divorced and there has reportedly been strain between the two over his time with the kids; “Everything in these pictures except his daddy 😢.”

But the question is – does Kim have an obligation to limit her kids’ parties because poverty exists in the world? Most people would say no, of course not – but that doesn’t stop followers from criticizing the lavish parties and the family’s disconnect from reality anyway.

During the pandemic, Kardashian was famously blasted for breaking quarantine to have a 40th-birthday get together on an island while everyone else was keeping a distance from loved ones.

The argument from Kardashian was that they were following safe practices – getting tested and isolating themselves before and after the trip.

At the time, she wrote, “After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time. We danced, rode bikes, swam near whales, kayaked, watched a movie on the beach and so much more.”

She continued, “I realize that for most people, this is something that is so far out of reach right now, so in moments like these, I am humbly reminded of how privileged my life is.” That may be an understatement, Kim.

However, if you dig a little deeper into the comments for Psalm’s birthday, it quickly becomes clear that people aren’t worried about equity – they just want any excuse to take a dig at Kardashian.

Focusing on Kim’s comment that, “I’m just so happy you chose me to be your mommy,” many people were pointing out that she used a surrogate and that Psalm didn’t choose her at all.

Is there anything Kim can do that won’t invite criticism, including making common and benign comments to her son while wishing him a happy birthday?

Apparently not.