ALABAMA Barker has shown off her wild new hair color after giving birth to her stepmum Kourtney Kardashian.
The 17-year-old, who caused concern last week with her “inappropriate” outfit, dyed her normally blonde hair a bright yellow.
Alabama showed off the stunning look as she lip-synced to a song on TikTok.
The teenager did not reveal whether she was wearing a wig or had actually dyed her hair herself.
She styled her tresses in a side part with loose waves as she mimed in the backseat of a car.
Her drastic change comes days after her father Travis Barker’s wife Kourtney, 44, gave birth to their first child together, a baby boy.
Sources close to Kourtney confirmed this People on November 4th.
It was also confirmed by TMZ that the couple’s son will be named Rocky Thirteen Barker.
Kourtney arrived at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California last Monday, the outlet reported.
Travis and Kourtney’s sister Kylie Jenner were also spotted at the hospital.
Kourtney was spotted leaving the hospital on Tuesday – a week after she entered the facility.
The US Sun has exclusively revealed that the Poosh founder has a strict invite-only rule for anyone who visits her little boy.
According to an insider, even Kourtney’s sister Kim, 43, “still hasn’t met” her new nephew.
The source said: “Kourtney will introduce the new baby to her family by invitation only.”
“[Kourtney] and Travis have shared that they will make time “just for family” for the new blended family and for Kourt to rest and then invite the extended family individually.
The source continued, “Now everyone is talking about where Kim will be on the list.”
“Of course Kris will be the first – but who will get the second invite?”
“Kourtney said it was about the germs – to protect the baby and not put her at risk – but it’s kind of part of her new strategy to keep everyone at a distance,” the insider claimed.
Meanwhile, Travis faced backlash over his parenting in Alabama over the weekend.
The teenager shared a video of herself dancing in a brown printed dress with thin straps and a very low neckline.
Critics claimed the outfit was inappropriate, with one writing: “You’re too young to be flaunting your shit on social media. Parents fail.”
“Yeah, no,” another commented. “She looks pretty, but at 17 she’s still a child in every sense of the word.”
A third asked: “Where are your parents?”
Alabama responded to the comments hours later in a post on her Instagram Story.
She wrote: “Let’s stop making a fuss on my page about you feeling the need to oversexualize me and having a problem with it.”
“I will not wear long sleeves, etc. so the internet doesn’t sexualize the body I was born with. If you have a problem, unfollow me.”