Chrissy Teigen Had To Defend Painting Her Child’s Nails

June 24, 2019 / Posted by:

Can you imagine if social media existed during the previous generations? My grandmother told me she used to leave my mom out on the porch in a basinet for like an hour at a time and it was just like a thing people did. Like airing out the baby or giving it sun or something? Like people were awful parents by today’s standards. If people on social media are mad at Chrissy Teigen for painting her daughter Luna‘s nails, then we need to be dragging the silent generation and baby boomers to absolute HELL. I mean we should be doing that anyway, but for the parenting stuff also.

Us Weekly reports that the most recent celebrity parent to screw up somehow in the public eye is Chrissy Teigen. It started because Chrissy posted a video to Twitter of herself lounging with her 3-year-old daughter, Luna, saying that she had just painted her nails:

Aw, Chrissy hangs out with her daughter and paints her nails for her… “What a bitch,” thought one Twitter user who was simply rubbed the wrong way. Someone maybe-named Brenda Kae wrote to her:

“Applying poisonous chemicals directly onto a child’s body can not be good. Whatever poisons are in polish are absorbed through the nail and directly into their body.”

Chrissy answered back with:

That burn was enough to make Miss Brenda Kae delete her account. Don’t swing if you’re gonna miss, Brenda.

Honestly I wish that the old generations could get some of this over-exposed social media 2019 action. You’re mad about some child’s painted nails? Imagine seeing Instagram pictures of those pregnant ladies smoking? Imagine all the racial slurs in the background of YouTube videos of babies playing together at a party? You think people are bad parents, now? It’s been the case. At least Chrissy isn’t putting Luna into reality TV yet.

Pic: Twitter

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