‘Love and Hip Hop Atlanta’ Star Bambi Says That Telling Girls Boys That Are Mean to Them Actually Like Them Creates ‘Learned Toxic Behavior’

Bambi Benson is dropping gems with her public service announcement for anyone raising daughters. On Tuesday, Feb. 16, she took to her Instagram Story to write two messages pertaining to how little boys treat little girls and how that could affect girls’ mindset when the becomes women.

She wrote, “stop telling your daughters that little boys ignore them tease them, hit them, or are rude to them because the like them!!” Her follow-up message reads, “Those little girls become grown women who think that men who does those things to them love them.”

PSA from Bambi. @adizthebam/Instagram

“Idk who tf came up with that bs anywayyyy💀💀💀💀,” said one fan who agreed with the “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” star, and someone else wrote, “Agreed, this is starting them off with learned toxic behavior.”

Some fans wanted to add on to Bambi’s message, detailing other things young boys should be learning. One person said, “And start teaching little boys how to properly show affection,” another person wrote, “& let’s stop asking our little Sons ‘how many girlfriends they have now’ or telling them they’re gonna grow up to be heartbreakers. Because when they grow up they become that in some instances.”

Bambi and her two children Breland and Xylo.

Bambi will have great practice with teaching little boys how to treat little girls, since she has a son and daughter of her own with her husband and “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” star Lil Scrappy. The 34-year-old mother of two gave birth to her son Breland in 2018. Just two weeks ago, she celebrated her daughter Xylo turning 6 months old.

After going through breakups and makeups, Scrappy proposed to Bambi in 2016, and in 2017 they discreetly tied the knot.

Lil Scrappy does have an older daughter named Emani Richardson, whom he shares with his ex and co-star on “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” Erica Dixon.

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