At this point it isn’t too shocking for fans (and haters) to question the parenting decisions of the Teen Mom stars. There is always some sort of controversy going on with these people. So what’s the latest? Instagram users are freaking out about pics that Farrah Abraham and Jeremy Calvert posted of their daughters on their Instagram accounts.
Since this is par for the course with the Teen Mom cast it is almost getting too easy to hate on them. That’s why it’s hard to tell if people are just picking on them because it’s easy to do so or because it’s justified.
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Let’s get started with Farrah because people just love talking about (and hating on) Farrah and her mothering skills. She posted a pic on Instagram with her daughter Sophia holding a tumbler cup and Farrah holding a package of detox tea, adding, “Teatime @flattummytea @sophialabraham and I after all that candy.”
As expected, her followers were up in arms over the post and the insinuation that Farrah gave the tea to Sophia. People were relentless in the comments which is really nothing new for Farrah.
Farrah denied that she gave her daughter tea for a post-Halloween detox with a comment to Us Weekly, clarifying, “She has strawberry milk and I have my tea. She wanted to take a pic like that, so no, my daughter does not have tea in her cup.”
That’s good to know, but since this is far from the first time people have taken issue with Farrah’s social media posts, she should have put a more clear caption to avoid controversy..unless the controversy is what she was going for.
Then there’s Jeremy, the father to 3-year-old Adalynn with Teen Mom star Leah Messer, who put up a pic of their daughter holding up a rifle. As if that wasn’t questionable enough, Jeremy added, “She said Daddy, lets go hunting and shoot a coyote. LOL. Better watch out boys she wont miss. LOL. HaHa.”
Obviously people went in when they saw that one and thankfully he deleted the post. Nevertheless, we are in an era where people screen shot everything possible, so of course that gem will be floating around on the internet forever. And if you want to add a visual to this story, you can check out the photo at the Daily Mail.
I figured that people who are constantly criticized about their parenting would be more careful about what they post on social media, but then again their less than conventional parenting situation is what keeps them all on TV, so it’s hard to figure out what they were thinking?
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