Kourtney Kardashian Defends Six-Hour Makeout Session Amid COVID Concerns

 Kourtney Kardashian Defends Six-Hour Makeout Session Amid COVID Concerns

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Kourtney Kardashian recently responded to criticism following the revelation of a six-hour makeout session with her husband, Travis Barker, which coincided with them testing positive for COVID-19. The incident, which came to light during an episode of “The Kardashians,” occurred on the day of Kourtney’s baby shower, adding further complications given her high-risk pregnancy.

In the episode, it was disclosed that Barker, who had just returned from a European tour, initially tested negative for the virus. Despite the potential risks, the couple proceeded to engage in an extensive makeout session. Kourtney later observed that Barker felt unusually warm, which led to him testing positive for COVID-19 shortly after.

The news of the couple’s actions during the pandemic and Kourtney’s pregnancy caused considerable concern within the Kardashian-Jenner family, especially for Kris Jenner, who was particularly worried about the health implications for her daughter.

A fan asked, “First thought…who makes out 6 hours?? lol,” to which Kourtney replied by sharing a wedding photo of the couple along with “KRAVIS” in the caption.

Addressing the public reaction, Kourtney took to her Instagram Story on Saturday to defend her actions by responding to a fan’s question. She did not shy away from discussing the intimate details shared on the show and provided her perspective on the situation.

Despite the initial alarm, the couple managed to adhere to safety protocols during the baby shower, which was themed around a vintage Disneyland celebration. This ensured that the event proceeded without further health concerns for the attendees.

The episode and Kourtney’s subsequent defense highlight the personal challenges and scrutiny public figures face when their private decisions become public knowledge, especially under the unique pressures of health concerns and family expectations.

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