Coco Once Again Defended Breastfeeding Her 5-Year-Old Daughter

August 2, 2021 / Posted by:

A couple of years ago Coco announced to the world that she was still breastfeeding her and Ice-T’s daughter, Chanel, who was almost 4 at the time. Cut to 2021, and Coco has given us a much-needed parenting update: she’s still sharing her magnificent milkers with her kid, who will turn 6 in November. Judge all you want, but feeding from titty balls as gargantuan as Coco’s is how superheroes are born. Someday Chanel might just save us all!

42-year-old Coco sat down with Us Weekly to discuss parenting dos and don’ts. She says she never understood why most mothers stop breastfeeding once their kid turns 2:

You wanna know something? Chanel still likes my boob, she’s five-years-old…

It’s a big bonding moment for your mother and your child. And a lot of people are like, ‘Oh, you’re not getting the nutrition after two-years-old, why do it?’ And I’m like, ‘My child is eating steak and hamburgers! She just likes a little snack every now and then, and more of the bonding between the mother.’ Why take that away from her?

Coco says that Europeans breastfeed their kids until they’re 7 years old, and only stop when the child doesn’t want to do it anymore. A classy lady like Coco obviously takes all her cues from the glitterati of Europe, so she says she’ll stop giving Chanel the teet when her daughter asks her to. Or when Chanel sits down and writes her a strongly worded letter that begins, “Dearest Mother: I am reaching out to you on this, the night before I am to marry…”  Here’s Coco’s interview about how to raise the children of the world:

And here’s a picture of little Chanel (a dead ringer for her father) worshipping at the altar of Coco’s coconuts:

I am without child, so who am I to say what’s normal and what’s not? But when I hear that someone is breastfeeding a grown kid, the only thing I can think of is that one creepy (NSFW) scene from Game of Thrones. And while that character may have begun the series as a prepubescent momma’s boy, he ended it looking like this:

Milk: it does a body good.

Pic: Instagram

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