When Moms Attack! Blac Chyna Is Not The Only Celeb Mom To Defend Her Baby

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When Moms Attack! Blac Chyna Is Not The Only Celeb Mom To Defend Her Baby

See more mama bears who do the MOST to protect their cubs.

Published April 5, 2018

Celebrities have to deal with public scrutiny and opinions on the daily— everything from judgment about what they wear to how they deal with their love life. While they easily brush off their shoulders for most part, when you bring their children in the equation, they draw the line. Even if it means bad press! Can we blame them?

The latest added to the list of mom's who don't play about their babies? Blac Chyna who went beast-mode on someone with a baby stroller after they allegedly touched her baby girl, Dream Kardashian. Yikes!

Below are more celebrity moms who didn't take disrespect to their child lightly:

  1. Blac Chyna: "When someone feels comfortable to come and touch your child it's a whole other story."

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    By now you've seen the video of Blac Chyna trying to use a stroller as a weapon after someone allegedly touched her child Dream Kardashian while at Six Flags. 

    Recently, Chyna commented to TMZ stating: "Being famous is hard enough dealing with scrutiny but when someone feels comfortable to come and touch your child it's a whole other story. I do not condone violence nor am I a violent person but shout out to all of the amazing mothers out there that will protect their children at all cost."

  2. Toya Wright: "What you're not gonna do is mess with [Reginae]."
    ATLANTA, GA - JULY 11:  Reginae Carter and Toya Wright at "Girls Trip" Atlanta special screening at SCADshow on July 11, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Universal Pictures)
    (Photo: Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Universal Pictures)

    Toya Wright doesn't play when it comes to her daughter, Reginae Carter, whom she co-parents with rapper Lil Wayne

    One of the most memorable moments when Toya was pulled out her normally calm demeanor was captured on reality show Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta, when Toya found it necessary to check Reginae's fellow castmate Brandon Barnes about his comments to her daughter regarding her father.

  3. Beyoncé: "I like my baby heir, with baby hair and afros."
    LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 18:  Beyonce (L) and Blue Ivy Carter attend the 67th NBA All-Star Game: Team LeBron Vs. Team Stephen at Staples Center on February 18, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
    (Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

    After dealing with continuous criticism about her daughter Blue Ivy's curly hair, Beyoncé set haters straight with a single line in her song, "Formation": I like my baby heir, with baby hair and afros.

  4. Amber Rose: "Music will not make you 'pick' your sexuality you dumb f**ks."
    Rapper Amber Rose and son Sebastian attend the Los Angeles premiere of The Lego Batman Movie at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, California, on February 4, 2017. / AFP / CHRIS DELMAS        (Photo credit should read CHRIS DELMAS/AFP/Getty Images)
    (Photo: CHRIS DELMAS/AFP/Getty Images)

    Amber Rose may be able to handle public scrutiny, but don't play when it comes to her son, Sebastian, who she co-parents with rapper Wiz Khalifa.

    Recently the mother-of-one went on a rant after her 5-year-old son was attacked by ignorant social media trolls who bashed the young boy for he's excitement to receive a gift from Taylor Swift, even going as labeling him "gay."

    Quickly Amber jumped on Instagram with a series of InstaStories shaming the haters for their shameless bullying of a child while bring awareness that "this is why young kids kill themselves."

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  5. Tiny: “Shut the f*ck up & get off her page with that nonsense."
    ATLANTA, GA - MAY 23:  Singer-songwriter Tameka 'Tiny' Harris and daughter Zonnique Pullins attend the 'Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta' premiere at Woodruff Arts Center on May 23, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Marcus Ingram/WireImage)
    (Photo: Marcus Ingram/WireImage)

    Don't come for Tiny's daughter Zonnique with the disrespect. That's exactly what a nasty troll learned when he commented on the young artist's Instagram saying:

    “U fake ya eyes dat sh*t ain’t cute! Sex sales but so does p*ssy! Please refrain from exposing yourself so young!”

    Tiny was not for the vulgar comment responding, "Shut the f*ck up & get off her page with that nonsense. When u gone wake up & realize no one cares what u think…Period!!!” 

  6. Tia Mowry: "Hair length does not define your sex."

    Besides having to check a disgusting commenter who referred to her child as "ugly", back when Tia Mowry's son, Cree, was 3 years old, he was randomly attacked on social media for her choice to let him grow his hair and allowing him to rock out in top knots. 

    As you could bet, mommy Tia was not here for the disrespect and set the record straight for trolls on an Instagram post:

    “I am proud to have a SON that embraces his natural hair :). Hair length does not define your sex. Last I checked a penis and a vagina does. Pick up a book, educate yourself, and embrace cultures outside of your own and maybe you will see that there are PLENTY of MEN wearing top knots and MEN with long hair. Here’s a shout out to all the moms who have boys and girls with natural hair! Live ON!”

  7. Halle Berry: "Let me be clear, I’m not at all ashamed of children."

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    It's not often Halle Berry shows off her kiddos on social media, but if she does don't come for her cubs in the comments unless you want her to turn momma bear on you!

    After a commenter questioned why the mother-of-two chooses to hide her children's faces, Halle went off: 

    “Let me be clear,” she wrote in the comments, “I’m not at all ashamed of children. I try to find creative ways to incorporate them into my feed because they are the biggest part of my life, but I also work very hard to keep their identities as private as I can considering they are only children.”

    Halle continued, “It’s my belief, and I’m not criticizing others who have different beliefs, that it’s my job as their mother to protect their privacy as best I can. When they grow and they’re of age and they want share their images on the internet, that will be for them to decide, not me. Feel me? Have a beautiful day.”

Written by BET Staff

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