“Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Tammy Rivera shared a heartfelt moment between her husband Waka Flocka and daughter Charlie on Instagram, but the post quickly went left as fans slammed them for having the young girl in a “toxic” environment.
Flocka and his stepdaughter’s close-knit bond is undeniable, and Rivera got a chance to capture a precious moment between the two on video. The swimsuit designer took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared a recording of her husband and daughter dancing to Drake’s song “Nice for What.” Rivera and Flock appeared to be at a nightclub or lounge with their 13-year-old.
Rivera gushed over her family’s father-and-daughter moment and noted, “Their bond 🔗 poor Charlie don’t even know he’s preparing/ practicing for all her school dances lol.”
However, Instagram users and fans were more concerned about Rivera’s daughter being in an environment where liquor is served and questioned the couple’s parenting skills.
“Why is she in there where liquor is being served like why is everyone think it’s ok to raise their child fast like damn you could have rented out [a space] for just her age group smh,” one fan commented.
“There’s liquor everywhere,” another fan added.
Rivera clapped back at critics in the comment section and wrote, “It was a premier party for a show your grama on as you can see Charlie has on a wrist band that means she’s a child.”
The 32-year-old is extremely protective of her daughter and seems used to fans questioning her parenting. In September, Rivera was slammed by critics who scolded her for dressing her daughter “too grown.”
“How old is she wearing a crop top. My mom would never…”
However, the mother of one hit back at naysayers and wrote, “I’m not your mom.”