When you’re a celebrity in the spotlight, everything you do is blown up 10x to make it seem worse than it actually is. For example, if you’re a new mother and you do something without your baby, the media will judge you and shame you for being a bad mother.
Recently, 20-year-old and new mother, Kylie Jenner, attended Coachella with her sisters and some friends.
A gossip blogger, Rob, decided that it was pretty rude/bad parenting to leave her daughter, Stormi, at home while she partied at a music festival.
Kylie Jenner left Stormy at home to party at Coachella with a pink wig https://t.co/uBNA3q2QJi— Naughty Gossip (@NaughtyNiceRob) April 17, 2018
Rob, however, did not mention the other celebrity mothers who attended Coachella–like, Kylie’s sister Kourtney who has three children, all of whom did not attend Coachella. Fans were pretty disgusted that the blogger tried to drag the new mother for living her life outside of being a mom. And, they shut that sh*t down pretty quickly.
Soooo a lot of y’all are implying that when you have a kid you no longer can go out and have fun? Having a nanny watch your baby for a day or 2 will not hurt. Let Kylie have fun. pic.twitter.com/X7ltISphHJ— ???? ?? (@TonitheGoddess2) April 18, 2018
plus mothers can go to coachella too?— Narmada Balaji (@deja_moo75) April 17, 2018
I can't believe Kylie Jenner didn't bring her newborn to a sweltering hot, dusty ass desert full of people drunk and on drugs https://t.co/MleBjtZaOA— Ira Madison III (@ira) April 17, 2018
Parents are allowed a break— Fatima (@timajx) April 17, 2018
do parents not deserve time off?— kali (@smiling_nemo) April 17, 2018
woman hires babysitter, works out fine— top line vrana (@burakovskyeet) April 17, 2018
Y’all acting like you’ve never had a babysitter before chill— Emily (@etay42) April 17, 2018
as opposed to brining a newborn to a loud music festival full of drugs and drinking?— MH (@meagcity) April 17, 2018
Are women not allowed to have a life outside their babies?!?— Stylish Gambino (@Sarah_Renaud) April 18, 2018
I reject your misogyny. pic.twitter.com/7TcnU5VFoU— Susen Rotto (@SusenRotto) April 17, 2018
Better luck next time, Rob.