The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star shared a sweet snap of her daughter Kaia Rose during an appearance on her own mother’s reality show, Don’t Be Tardy.
The 5-year-old appeared to be wearing makeup, causing a great deal of feedback on Instagram. The proud mom captioned the pic, “Picture of the screen, where does the time go @kaiabiermann how are you 5 already?”
Many followers were quick to criticize Kim for allowing her young daughter to look too grown-up. Critics called out everything from the bright lip color to the alleged hair extensions. Kim replied with, “Hair extensions now that’s funny!”
The reality star was accused of photoshopping her children in the past, which she vehemently denied. “People are f—– SICK!! Get the f— out here!! No post was taken down and no photo has been nor will ever be edited of my children! I will no longer stand for this bulls—!” she tweeted.
The mom-of-six and wife of Atlanta Falcons football player Kroy Biermann understandably doesn’t have time for the hate. We say keep celebrating your kiddos, Kim!
In this battle of Kim Zolciak Biermann vs. The Mom-Shamers, we gotta give the point to Kim!
Many other celebrities have come under the mom-shaming microscope for similar reasons. Jessica Simpson was mom-shamed for letting her daughter dye her hair. Kim Kardashian was shamed for letting North West wear simple hoop earrings. And on and on… Mom-shamers, maybe take a vacation?
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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