The little F-you to the paps comes two weeks after Kourtney was hit with backlash over her parenting methods.
During an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the heated exchange between Corey Gamble, Scott Disick and Kourtney reach new heights, with the argument ending in the mum-of-three vowing to never leave her children alone with Corey.
The verbal blow-up (which went down in public at a restaurant) began when Kourtney revealed they'd parted ways with their nanny after their seven-year-old daughter, Penelope, scratched her face.
For some reason, Corey had a really strong reaction to the debacle and later suggested he would "whoop Penelope's ass" and "give her a spanking" if she ever hurt him.
The awkward tiff ended when Kourtney put her foot down, admitting Cory "will never be with my kids alone and if he does that in front of any of us there will be a f**king issue!”
After the fight aired, many viewers argued she isn't disciplining her children effectively.
"Not trying to be the parent shamer or a judgy person but you need to get your kids in check now & take it serious now before they older because it only gets worse," one person Tweeted.
The Poosh founder later hit back, writing: "And in my opinion beating children is not the way to 'get your kids in check'. When children are hurting or frustrated, the answer is not to physically hurt them."
"But they can hit other people when they are angry and frustrated?" a fan questioned in response.
"They’re children and she was clearly hurting inside so hurting her physically is not going to make anything better," said Kourtney who later admitted to being "shocked" by some people's strong responses.
"How do we not know better by now?!"
Another fan chimed in, writing: "Kids don't usually listen to words they listen to actions," to which Kourtney replied that "in no way is physical harm OK for us."
"So you think physical harm is the only action? That’s sad," she wrote. "Of course there are many consequences which we dealt with, I am very proud of my kids and being a parent isn’t always easy, but we do have consequences that don’t involve physical harm."