Sure, some may say that Tori Spelling’s career is in the toilet along with her finances. The biggest gig she’s been cast in lately is a reboot for a show that people used to watch 20 years ago and was already rebooted for teenagers 10 years ago and is coming back again because those tricks who starred in the first one want another check. And it won’t even have thee Brenda Walsh! But those “some” must not know about her Instagram EMPIRE! Tori is the #ad queen on Instagram and will hawk absolutely anything, like muffins. And it’s muffins that have gotten her in trouble with outraged Instagram moms. But not the same kind of muffin that has gotten Dean McDermott in trouble in the past.
Page Six is reporting that Tori Spelling made an enemy of the Instagram mom crowd when she tried claiming some mini muffins were a healthy snack. Tori got herself an extra I’m assuming $2,000-$5,000 for posting about Little Bites mini muffins, claiming they were a mess-free easy snack for a busy mom of 5:
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This mom of 5 finds snack time a balancing act between pleasing my kiddos and feeling good as a parent about what I’m feeding them. #Ad Thank you @littlebitessnacks for being yummy and kiddo approved ( my littles ❤️ the Chocolate Chip Muffins, Blueberry Muffins, and Strawberry Yogurt Muffins) while this mama bear is grateful that #lovelittlebites has no high fructose or corn syrup and is made with real ingredients like strawberries, blueberries, and bananas. PS- They are easy and mess free for little hands and great on the go! What is your kiddos fave flavor? #momwin
So what’s she busy with? Is my question. Isn’t she supposed to be busy with the kids? I know that singing in a unicorn mask isn’t taking up all her time and she just booked that 90210 reboot, so what is taking up this woman’s time? Regardless of whatever invented-commitment is forcing Tori to split her attention, the moms of the internet were not going to let her get away with claiming some vegetable oil-filled muffins were safe for children! Comments included:
“Empty calories with no nutritional value.”
“This is HEALTHY for your kids?! Um no.”
“The first ingredient is sugar!! Artificial flavors.. soybean oil is not healthy it’s a vegetable oil. Pretty sure these are not a healthy snack.”
“We call them chemical muffins.”
I bet that last commenter does stand-up. “Mini muffins? We call them chemical muffins, amirite?” But not all the moms were ready to tie Tori up to a post and set her on fire to prove she’s not a witch, and defended her right to feed her children crappy muffins:
“Yumm! I’ve never seen the strawberry muffins. You’re kids are beautiful.”
“Sorry people feel the need to click on a post when they only have something negative to say!”
“I can’t get over how many people are being so cruel to her and her children!! If you don’t think these are healthy or something that you want to serve your family that’s fine but insulting the children is not ok!!”
Listen, y’all need to leave this woman alone. Tori has a lengthy AmEx bill and more bills to pay and she is barely making a dent in it by shilling these mini muffins. This kind of backlash is not the promo Little Bites was looking for! You are screwing up Tori’s hustle! Time to switch gears and try another money-making route: Tori Spelling brand t-shirts saying “Insta Moms Stopped My Bag”.