14 Famous People Who Were Shamed By Their Parents For The Dumbest, Most Ridiculous Reasons Ever

14 Famous People Who Were Shamed By Their Parents For The Dumbest, Most Ridiculous Reasons Ever

Last year, A strange eye star and husband Rob welcomed their first child via surrogate. When Tan shared an adorable picture of the couple meeting their son, the troll accused them of stealing the baby (WTF?). Tan shared the response on his Instagram story, writing: “We didn’t have to steal it. Your mom actually gave it to us. She didn’t want to risk having another fool like you Brandon.”

Last month, New girl the actress shared a selfie of herself sitting on a swing. Someone commented, “Where are your kids?” — something celebrity moms hear a lot, but celebrity dads don’t.

Megan replied, “Wait, wait, wait. I…have kids?!? Oh my god, I knew I forgot something!!”

In 2018, the rapper shared a photo of herself sitting on Offset’s lap during her baby shower. One Instagram user commented: “All that money and the baby looks like a bucket of CORN.” Cardi replied, “It was beautiful and we were happy. Your momma waited nine whole months for you to be ugly and full of disappointment.”

In 2020, the model shared a special moment on Instagram: the first time she breastfed in public. People criticized the “lack of modesty” and one commenter wrote: “Put some blanket on to hide your breasts so most people don’t feel uncomfortable seeing a half-naked woman in public.”

In the episode Discussion at the red table“My whole career has been based on being sexy and my breasts have been on the front of a lot of magazine covers, so when I turn to my baby there’s a suction, I think people just had to change their minds, but they’re multi-purpose.”

Ashley welcomed twins earlier this year. She shared a photo of herself holding one baby while breastfeeding the other and once again faced a lot of mom shaming. Shortly after, she posted a video with the caption: “I will not apologize for feeding my child.”

When the actor and his wife Laura welcomed their second child together in 2018, he posted a sweet photo of himself holding his newborn daughter. In a beautiful caption, he mentioned skin-to-skin contact that can promote bonding and has numerous health benefits.

Someone joked on Twitter: “Sister: would you like to hold your new baby? The Rock: hold on let me take my shirt off.”

Nurse: Would you like to hold your new baby? @TheRock: Wait let me take my shirt off. https://t.co/bEqVjPZj7z

Dwayne Johnson / Twitter: @atupchurch

Dwayne replied, “Great! Buuuuuut one day when you have kids Allison, you’ll understand the power of skin on skin.”

@atupchurch 😂👏🏾 good one! Buuuuut one day when you have babies Allison you will understand the power of skin on skin

Dwayne Johnson / Twitter: @TheRock

After Underworld the actress shared a video of herself dancing, someone shamed her for choosing to go out and stay home with her daughter (who was 18 at the time?!).

In an epic response, Kate wrote: “What’s great is that it’s not the 18th century anymore, so now that my one child is grown I don’t have to stay at home (while she’s out with her friends) playing the piano. obtain consummation or attempt to secure her marriage. But thanks for the weird blast from the past. And now I can vote too! YEAH.”

In 2018, the author of the cookbook shared a funny picture where she was breastfeeding her son and a doll next to her. “Luna makes me feed her doll so now I’m probably having twins,” she wrote. One Twitter user responded: “Menstruation, childbirth and sex are natural too, but that doesn’t mean I want to see pictures of that and/or celebs like @chrissyteigen bathing or breastfeeding. We get it.”

“I don’t enjoy seeing grainy fireworks, Coachella selfies, or infinity pool photos, but I let people live,” Chrissy replied. “Soothe your breasts and move on.

I don’t enjoy seeing grainy fireworks, Coachella selfies, or infinity pool photos, but I let people live. soothe your breasts and move on. https://t.co/k604IcF55a

chrissy teigen / Twitter: @chrissyteigen

As the singer shared a lovely photo of his daughter in his arms, one Instagram user wrote: “So tired of being carried. She doesn’t need any legs then.” A few days later, John talked about how embarrassed Dad was Fun tonightand said: “I think people kind of see one photo and they want to judge how people live their lives and I think the best advice for all of us is to let parents be parents and not judge based on what you see on social media.”

Like many celebrities, X-Men the actress chose not to publish her children’s faces on social media. When someone suggested on Instagram that Halle was ashamed of her kids, Halle responded: “I’ve noticed you’ve said this a few times, so let me be clear – I’m not ashamed of my kids at all. I try to find creative ways to to include them in my feed because they are the biggest part of my life, but I also work very hard to keep their identities as private as I can because they are just kids.”

A few weeks after Pretty Little Liars actress gave birth to her first child, she and boyfriend Matte Babel attended Drake’s birthday party. Confusingly, she faced a lot of backlash for this, with one commenter writing: “Mother of the year award right here!!!! Like you could seriously let your kid go to a party?!!! I hope child support looks into this and your ability to be they make a good parent damn!!! You’re missing some serious skills there sweetie! #selfish.”

In a video she shared on her Instagram story, Shay joked: “Apparently people are really upset that I left three days after having a baby at a party. It wasn’t three days and she was with [my dog] Angela, so…”

In 2019, younger the actress shared an adorable black and white picture of herself and her daughter smiling on Instagram. Tons of hate poured in when people noticed the 8-month-old’s ears were pierced, with one commenter going so far as to call it “child abuse.”

While Hilary didn’t respond at this point, she referenced the full drama two years later. After getting her second daughter’s ears pierced, she shared a picture on her Instagram story, writing: “Yes! Got her ears pierced today. Can’t wait for the internet to call me a child abuser….again. Less to go .”

In 2018, the cookbook author shared a silly video of herself and her daughter. Someone commented: “Lawwd have mercy whyyy don’t know how to brush them girls hair??? It’s driving me crazy!!!”

Ayesha replied: “I don’t make moments for Instagram. Moments happen and I sometimes share them. I’m not going to drag my kids out here to perceive them or agree with anyone. If that’s what you want to see, then this is not the page for you. Here’s the real life.”

After the singer shared a moment at the zoo with her son, she received tons of backlash from people who said they shouldn’t visit a place where animals were kept in captivity. “But it’s here,” Pink replied. “I don’t remember asking you for your opinion or help raising my child. This is not the place for debate. Call CNN or call the zoo.”

A few days later, she shared a photo of her baby with the perfect caption to get ahead of the trolls. “Here’s a picture of my kid running through the water. It wasn’t even filtered. What a waste of water. And no helmet? I hope she had sunscreen on. If she slips and falls, she could be traumatized for life. And her mother wasn’t even there. I was …gasped…worked!!!!In another country!”


And finally Gabrielle Union

In 2018, Bring It On the actor shared an adorable video where she lightly kissed her baby on the lips. The comment section was quickly filled with criticism insisting that it was not healthy.

“Kaav is healthy and I won’t even touch her without washing and disinfecting myself and everything and everyone that comes in contact with her,” Gabrielle replied. “If you think I waited this long and went through all this to hurt my child… you have another thing.

Any other celebs who had the perfect reaction to parent shaming? LMK in the comments below!

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