Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi's Instagram bio says, "Just a mom/wife trying to get through the day." Talk about an understatement! Not only is the Jersey Shore star busy with her show and all the promoting that comes with it, part of her mom duties includes making sure none of her 11 million followers (or anyone else who happens to wander onto her profile) are making rude comments regarding her children. If they do, she proved on Saturday that she isn't just going to let mom-shaming and appearance-criticizing fly without a very on-brand response.
Snooki posted an adorable photo of her daughter, Giovanna, and Jenni "JWoww" Farley's daughter, Meilani, at the wedding shower for Jersey Shore castmate Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and his fiancée, Lauren Pesce. "Here’s a pic of us at our first red carpet event. We were so young," Snooki joked in the caption, referring to how she and her best friend's daughters are uncanny miniature versions of the reality stars. The little girls are just four years old, so even though making unsolicited comments about the appearance of anyone of any age is a big no-no, you'd think trolls could refrain from focusing their wrath on preschoolers. Welp, you'd be wrong.
Shortly after the photo went up, a commenter felt it necessary to ask, "How come you never comb your kids hair?!" It didn't take long for Snooki to see the ill-mannered question and respond, "are we mom shaming? Who gives a fuck. We drove with the windows down singing and enjoying life. Sorry i can’t always brush and braid her hair like you, perfect mom," followed by a much-deserved eye-roll emoji and, "blocking you pain in the ass."
A few other commenters made similar remarks, and although Snooki replied, she clearly didn't have the patience for their bullshit. When someone said, "Dude at least comb the girls hair or something," she responded, "dude, worry about your own kids." Another said, "Kids hair is crazy," prompting Snooki to reply, "let her live." I mean, seriously.
Even if Snooki hadn't responded to the mom-shamers, her fans would have had her back. The comments were filled with reactions to the trolls, like, "Oh my gawd her hair looks like she’s been a kid who’s having fun with her best freaking friend in the world," and, "I would much rather have my daughter not give a damn what any judgmental snobs think about her at all then to tell her that her appearence and what others think about her is more important than living in the moment and being happy."
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