The Blink-182 rock star laughed off some of the criticism of his viral video “practicing to [his] babies [sic] heartbeat” in the delivery room via Twitter this last Saturday.
The musician, 47, used a laughing-crying emoji to respond to a post from Barstool Sports article calling him out for being “roasted to death” on TikTok.
Many online called the move an ‘ick’ but Barker’s fans also showed support with their own tweets over the weekend.
“Dude this is awesome,” one user wrote. “It’s quirky AF and it’s all you and it’s such a tribute to your kid. No hate all love.”
Sunny Hostin, however, said she would have “wanted to punch [Barker] in the throat” if she was in Kardashian’s place.
“I love it for her,” the “View” co-host clarified on Friday. “[But] when you are in labor and you are birthing, you need, like, zen.
“I just remember my son for his third birthday got a drum and I wanted to die,” she continued. “It’s so loud. It’s not calming!”
Kardashian has not yet addressed her husband’s delivery room drumming as of yet for the birth of their son, Rocky.
The Poosh founder, 44, welcomed baby number four and her first child with Barker earlier this month.
The newborn joins siblings Mason, 13, Penelope, 11, and Reign, 8, whom the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” alum shares with ex Scott Disick, as well as Barker and ex-wife Shanna Moakler’s two kids — son Landon, 20, and daughter Alabama, 17.
The Lemme creator also has stayed silent since delivering her baby on November 7th. The Sun reported Friday that she has had a ‘strict, invite-only’ rule for the infant’s early days as of now.
The couple “have communicated that they will be taking ‘family only’ time for the newly blended family and for Kourt to rest, and then they will be inviting the extended family over on an individual basis,” the insider alleged, adding that it’s more than “a germs thing.”
The source claimed “it’s, like, part of her new strategy to keep everyone at arm’s length,” referencing the Hulu personality’s recent onscreen feud with Kim Kardashian.
“I don’t have a birth plan except for talking to the baby all the time and telling him ‘Everything is going to be amazing,’” Kardashian told Vogue in October. “I’m ready to go in, have the baby, and have the experience we’re meant to have.”
Later that same month, Barker revealed their baby boy’s name and due date on “Halloween or … the first week of November.”
Fans also saw a potential nod at the baby name when Kardashian revealed the name “Rocky” spelled out at a party for the baby news.
Barker and Kourtney have been married since 2022 and began as longtime friends before kicking off their romance in 2021.