No good deed or social media post goes unpunished.
Kate Hudson just wanted to wish her brother, Oliver Hudson, a nice birthday over the weekend, but her teenage son gave her a hard time in the process.
"To a man who deserves a huge hip hip hooray for the day he was born! @theoliverhudson you are a special human and we are so grateful for your commitment to being the best human you could possibly be and that we get the benefits of your awesomeness, love and laughter. Love you bro! #HappyBirthday," she wrote Sunday.
The message was accompanied with a fun family video of everyone singing "Happy Birthday."
In the comments, Ryder, 15, writes, "Mom you didn’t ask me if you could post this."
She replied to her oldest son with a love emoji.
Aside from her son's obvious joke, the post has almost 1 million views.
Ryder isn't the first celebrity son to give their mom or dad a hard time in the best way on social.
Rob Lowe's son, Johnny, has built a reputation on Instagram for his pointed comments immediately after his dad's selfies go live.
Last month, Rob posted a sweaty, post-workout picture along with the words: "If you’re not wet from your workout, you’re probably not working hard enough!"
Johnny was quick with a rejoinder: "The subtle art of taking a selfie in front of ur Emmy nominations."
In another post, Rob posted a topless pic at the beach and wrote, "Weekend."
Johnny replied, "Plz god no."
If you can't make fun of your parents, who can you make fun of?