Looks like Kim Zolciak-Biermann fans aren’t taking too kindly to a recent picture that was shared on her Instagram page.
It appears as if Kaia Rose Biermann was riding around on her scooter when her pants must have fallen down but she kept playing. However, the former “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star was called out for posting the picture for millions to see.
At first sight, the photo appeared to be a cute snap of her 5-year-old enjoying her new toy. But the reality star landed herself in hot water for posting the pic of her daughter’s bare behind, although her bottom is blurred out.
Well.. @kaiabiermannis out here enjoying her new [scooter]! ?? ?? #LIVINGHERBESTLIFE
Many flooded the post to express their thoughts on the matter. Some users thought the photo was harmless.
It’s just a cute pic of the silly things kids do, people need to worry about what their kids are doing and stop shaming other moms.
That little girl is just too much so pretty and completely funny. Just a normal girl doing her own thing.
It’s completely blurred, it’s showing how silly a kid is, no one gets slammed or shamed for posting potty training videos or their kids in their underwear.
While others questioned why Zolciak-Biermann put the photo on social media. Some commented:
I’m sorry, but some pictures are not for social media … and with no underwear!!!! She had to have snapped a couple other pictures, why post this one? I just don’t get it.
It’s the content that is disturbing. No different if it was the front of her that was blurred out. Its inappropriate in this day & age with the internet. Too many sickos out there.
As previously reported by Dearly, the TV personality is no stranger to controversy. The following day she was mom-shamed for sharing a photo of her 21-year-old daughter, Brielle, with swollen lips on Christmas morning, as reported by Us Weekly.
According to People, in the past, she’s been open about her decision to have her lips “plumped up” through lip injections.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann has not commented on the backlash.
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Tiffani is a writer for Dearly. She is from New York City. Prior to working for Dearly she covered fashion news and managed social media for various digital media outlets.