Is it selfish to not acknowledge your ex on birthdays/holidays when they're the ones who broke up with you?

Or just in general if they text or call or send non-important texts saying "hey" "how are you"? Or if they wish you a happy birthday/holidays but you choose not to return the favor and not contact them at all and ignore their calls and texts? Do you think they have a right to feel no obligation to speak to that person especially if they have been dumped and friend zoned which they did not want or do you think it's selfish and childish?

And this NOT does apply to those with children together only regular couples without children together and who don't live together, own any type of property together, co-workers or in any type of situation where they must communicate and are forced to get along for whatever reason this question does not apply to those in any of these situations.

Just wanted your take on that?
Is it selfish to not acknowledge your ex on birthdays/holidays when they're the ones who broke up with you?
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