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Parents Blast Keyshia Ka’Oir for Covering Her Daughter In Designer Wear, ‘Too Much for School’

Keyshia Ka’Oir was recently slammed for sharing a picture of her daughter decked out in all-Gucci attire.

The “Ka’Oir Cosmetics” owner is extremely protective of her three children and rarely posts them on social media. However, the reality TV star decided to share a photo of her teenage daughter Dior on Instagram, and the teen was all spiffed up for her first day of school.

Ka’Oir’s youngest daughter was wearing an over-sized $2,200 Gucci sweatshirt with the word “Spiritismo” written on it, a pair of black distressed jeans paired with a $1,200 Gucci “G” belt, a $270 white-and-red headband, and a pair of modern white Gucci monochrome sneakers.

(photo credit”Keyshia Instagram)

Although the teenage girl was fly from head to toe, fans slammed Ka’Oir for dressing her daughter in overly expensive clothes.

“Expensive doesn’t always mean nice. But my opinion is only my own,” one naysayer wrote.

“To display an expensive brand you do not have to paint your all body with the logo, one Gucci accessory or piece if cloth would be appropriate, there is a lot going on there and quite frankly it makes the all thing looks cheap,” another person wrote.

A third user said, “Too much for School. Money or no money. Browsed or Miami do not do her like that. Kids look at this.”

One fan hit back at social media trolls and wrote, “Ya’ll complain about her not showing the child then when she does yall on here bashing the outfit. If I was her I would never share my kids with yall miserable f**ks.”

Weeks before Ka’Oir and her husband Gucci Mane tied the knot, rumors started to spread that the fitness guru abandoned her three children in Jamaica.

However, during an interview with the Breakfast Club, Ka’Oir clarified the rumors and said all of her children live with her and Gucci Mane.

“Gucci and I both have children. It’s a situation where I’m proud to be a mother, but I need it to be private. I don’t need the kids in the limelight. I don’t want them on social media. I need them to go to school and just be children,” she said.

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