SMH: Erica Dixon Reveals People Have Wished Death Upon Her Twins After Disclosing They Won’t Be Vaccinated

Ever since disclosing that her twin daughters are not and will not be vaccinated, Erica Dixon has endured harsh criticism and even what she says have been death wishes for her decision.

The “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” veteran took to Twitter earlier this month to say her twins have never been sick despite lacking vaccinations.

Erica Dixon's twins
Erica Dixon’s shows off her adorable eight-month old twins Eryss and Embrii amid allegations of death threats for not vaccinating her babies. @msericadixon/Instagram

Those opposed to her decision said she was “dumb,” told her to keep her children away from those with compromised immune systems, and even said she’ll regret her choice when her daughters fall ill and die.

“Everyone is free to form their own decision when it comes to their children. … We have to learn to agree to disagree without being disrespectful. Especially those that wish death on my children because they aren’t vaccinated,” Dixon responded in a recent interview with the Jasmine Brand.

Dixon also has a 14-year-old daughter, Emani Richardon, from a previous relationship with rapper Lil Scrappy. She says that although Emani received vaccinations as a baby, Dixon chose to stop them at a certain point.

The twins’ father has not been publicly revealed, but Dixon did shed some light on his beliefs as pertain to their children.

“The twins’ father is vegan. He definitely is against the twins getting vaccinated,” she continued in her interview. The 35-year-old also revealed that she became vegan prior to finding out she was pregnant, and maintained the lifestyle throughout the duration of pregnancy.

Dixon isn’t the only “Love and Hip Hop” star who spoke out against vaccinations. Erica Mena also shared that she would not be vaccinating her unborn child.

The newly wed shared a text thread with her son on IG Stories that revealed his concerns about Mena not vaccinating his unborn sister.

“My son King is not letting up on the reasons why we should vaccinate the baby,” she wrote.

Vaccinated or not, Dixon won’t let criticism on the internet sway her decision.

“I really didn’t know it was so a controversial subject. To each its own, but mine won’t be vaccinated,” she concluded.

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