Critics Slam Mom For Giving Her Baby Flamin’ Hot Cheetos : AWM

Critics Slam Mom For Giving Her Baby Flamin’ Hot Cheetos

It was a regular Monday for 24-year-old April who shares daughter Mia with pop singer Robin Thicke. When the young mom took to Instagram to show off her tiny daughter devouring a bag of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, she quickly got slammed with hot criticism from people on both sides of the political aisle. However, the young mother was ready to defend her parenting decision and quipped back with a phrase that is sure to become a popular one.

“We’re here for a good time, not a long time.”

And while there is truth to that statement, some people prefer to live a long life with abundant health and happiness. Others want to live life recklessly and burn out at a young age in a firestorm of love and chaos. It’s a choice that each person should be able to make for him or herself.

Nevertheless, fans of Robin Thicke rushed forward to help defend his daughter Mia from the “abusive” mother who was feeding the baby food that was “beyond toxic.” Not only did some people urge her to “go read a parenting book,” others accused her of being negligent. Another person even messaged her a screenshot from a 2013 internet article that showed how Flamin’ Hot Cheetos was “sending multiple children to the emergency room.” That’s a worrying headline for any parent.

In the Instagram post, April Love Geary proudly feeds her 16-month-old daughter Flamin’ Hot Cheetos to show off how the little girl can handle spicy food. April works as a model and shared two daughters with fiancé Robin Thicke. And because of this new content on social media, her career could be in jeopardy as people don’t like her as much as they did.

“Those Cheetos are beyond toxic, she’s just a child!” one person warned the young mom. “Go read a parenting book.”

Because April is not one to take criticism well, she responded to that comment with “You’re beyond toxic for my children.”

In the short Instagram video, the model shows her daughter devouring Flamin’ Hot Cheetos directly from the bag and the captions the red-faced moment with “Definitely my child,” as the model also allegedly has a weakness for the junk food.

Doctors have issued warnings against Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, claiming that the flavorings used in the junk food can damage the stomach lining of young children or sensitive adults. Because the food is loaded with the dangerous substance, it can cause the stomach lining to grow inflamed and becoming painfully acidic.

“We’re here for a good time, not a long time,” Ashley quipped back to her thousands of haters. “

Although the young model thought it was cute to feed her daughter Cheetos, most people didn’t like seeing her do it as fans expect a lot from their celebrities.

“She’s so beautiful! Need to stop feeding this GMO for your baby girl.”

“I’m sure she is a responsible enough adult and cares about her babies enough to not give it to her all the time and is able to recognize if it’s ruining her eating and will remove them from her diet,” one person wrote, defending the young model.

Do you think babies should eat Flamin’ Hot Cheetos?

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