Over the years, Blac Chyna has experimented with an impressively wide range of multicolored wigs: She's had mermaid-y green hair, an ombré blue number, and even unicorn-esque rainbow hair. But when she tried to introduce daughter Dream Kardashian to the world of boldly-colored extensions this week, Chyna was met almost immediately with a massive bout of mommy-shaming.
It all started on Wednesday, when Chyna shared an adorable photo of the 17-month-old on her Instagram, according to People. "My beautiful baby girl," Chyna captioned the pic, which shows Dream sitting outside, wearing several colorful bracelets and necklaces, and with two clip-in hot pink hairpieces attached to her pigtails. Though the kid-friendly "extensions" were neither sewn nor glued in, the Instagram trolls jumped on the photo right away. The photo has since been deleted, but before Chyna took it down, users reportedly left comments like "She's not a toy" and "It's not necessary and it's a baby. Not a doll to play to play with," per Us Weekly.
As long as a child is healthy and happy, there's no reason whatsoever to criticize another adult's parenting techniques. Besides deleting the photo, Chyna has yet to respond to this pointless bout of mommy-shaming.
Blac Chyna's parenting style came under fire yet again earlier this month. On Easter Sunday, the model and entrepreneur was reportedly visiting Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California, with Dream and 5-year-old son King Cairo when she allegedly got into a verbal and physical altercation with another theme park visitor, according to E! News. "Being famous is hard enough dealing with scrutiny, but when someone feels comfortable to come and touch your child, it's a whole other story," Chyna wrote in her Instagram Story a few hours after news of the incident broke. "I do not condone violence nor am I a violent person but shout out to all of the amazing mothers out there that will protect their children at all cost. Love, King and [Dream's] Mommy."
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