Joseline Hernandez’s Fans Hit Back at Critics Blasting Baby Bella’s Missing Teeth

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Supporters of former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Joseline Hernandez are jumping to her daughter’s defense after folks are attacking the 2-year-old’s missing teeth.

The reality star shared a series of photos out and about with her daughter Bonnie Bella cruising in the backseat of Hernandez’s car. In the images, the reality star and her toddler seemed to be enjoying their mother and daughter time as the 2-year-old smiles wide.

Joseline Hernandez
photo courtesy @joseline

“We stay lit!” Hernandez exclaimed in her Instagram caption.

Although the adorable picture of Hernandez and Bella received praised it also drew backlash from critics who pointed out the 2-year-old’s missing teeth.

“Baby shark doo doo doo baby shark she’s cute ask but damn why she got meth mouth!,” a naysayer wrote. “This baby is just 2 years old, there’s NO reason why she should be having her teeth falling out on their own already smh.”

Fans of Hernandez rushed to baby Bella’s defense and condemned naysayers for speaking negatively of the toddler’s tooth loss.

“Man why all the negativity??” one fan asked. “She can do as she pleases. Some of y’all haven’t been to the dentist since you were in high school but hey you’re still alive and living 🤷🏾‍♀️.”

Another added, “You Haters need to quit or support in ways that will you a voice if not STFU, don’t you ever get tired of saying negative shit, there’s a million reason kids lose teeth at different ages….GTFOH 🙄.”

According to the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, the average child loses their primary teeth around the age of six years old due to the “the eruption of the first permanent molars.” Children’s baby teeth usually comes in “between the ages of 4 and 12 months.”

Hernandez has yet to address social media users attacking her daughter.

The 31-year-old mother is just one out of several celebrities who deals with the cruelty of social media trolls. “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” star Princess Love stopped posting images of her 8-month-old daughter a few months ago.

Love noted in an Instagram Live video in December 2018 that a few trolls commented vile things underneath baby Melody’s photos. She took to her social media and posted a message that read, “The disgusting things people right [*write] under the picture of a child. I WILL NEVER POST MELODY’S PHOTO EVER AGAIN ON SOCIAL MEDIA.”

Princess Love
(@princesslove/Instagram)

Love eventually changed her mind a few week later and began reposting images of her daughter after fans begged for her to end the social media ban of baby Melody’s photos.

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