Ice-T and his wife's parenting skills are being questioned again, but they're asking critics to have a little bit of perspective.
Over the weekend, Coco Austin shared several family pictures from a Bahamian vacation, and the couple's 6-year-old daughter, Chanel, appeared in a stroller in one of the images, which were posted to Twitter and Instagram. Some of Coco's social media followers quickly whipped out their parenting police badges and insisted that Chanel was far too big and too old to be in a stroller.
Amid the criticism, Coco responded to Twitter, writing, "Oh lord!! Really people? The world loves to criticize literary everything i do!" She then brought up the rash of horrific shootings in America, implying that people should focus on important matters.
"This stroller thing trending right now about me using a stroller to push Chanel around is ridiculous! Isnt there a war & mass shootings going as we speak & you'd rather mess with my mothering? SMH," she wrote.
Around the same time, Ice-T also shook his head at the backlash and ensuring the media coverage.
"MFs ain't got s*** else to talk about.. F em all. Smh. Lol," he wrote.
"A lot of people are like, 'Oh, you're not getting the nutrition after 2 years old. Why do it?' And I'm like, My child's eating steak and hamburgers. She just likes a little snack every now and then and more of the bonding between the mother. Why take that away from her?," Coco told Us Weekly.
The former Playboy model said the little girl liked breastfeeding because it gave her comfort. "She loves on it and it's not like she's getting milk from it," Coco said, "but she's getting her little snack and it's kind of soothing her to sleep."
Amid the controversy, Ice tweeted, "Why the F are you worried about MY Child??? That's what's weird.. Now go back in the basement."