A cute video Tamar Braxton shared of her son Logan vibing to one of his mom’s songs was thwarted by comments over why he wasn’t buckled in the car.
“My MAN Vince Jr. ❤… but me ‘don’t tape me’😜,” Braxton captioned the clip of her 5-year-old son swaying to her song, “My Man.”
While some fans remarked at how into the song Logan was or how much he resembles his dad, music executive Vincent Herbert, many were taken aback by him not wearing a seatbelt while the car is in motion.
“Where is this boy seatbelt?🧐”
“But where is his car seat/seat belt?”
“He looks constipated😂. That’s that ‘It hurts to sing this song’ look! But where’s his seatbelt tho??”
“Sorry, but where is his seatbelt ~ if you’re only staging ~ it must cover all details. Your son’s safety is most important ~ I’m just sayin’.”
“NICE, BUT TAMAR PLEASE PUT THE SEAT BELT ON, THAT’S ALL I WAS THINKING ABOUT. SAFETY FIRST!!!.”
“Why doesn’t Logan have a seatbelt on?? God forbid, but you think an expensive car won’t have him flying thru the windshield if a DUI driver hits you?? That is very tacky and irresponsible of you. Even if you don’t wear yours, you shouldn’t teach him your bad habits. As a retired military police officer, I lived by enforcing ‘Click it or Ticket.’ Love is expressed in many forms, and making sure your only child is strapped in is definitely a priority! So disappointed, ~ a past fan of yours from Memphis, TN 😡 @tamarbraxton.”
According to California law, children under age 8 are required to be secured in a car seat or booster seat in the back seat. If a child is 8-years-old or they’ve reached a height of 4’9, they can still be secured in a booster seat, but they must at least be secured by a seatbelt.
As for the criticism, Braxton has not responded.