Not having it! Brittany cartwright He wasn’t afraid to call an Instagram troll on Wednesday, June 16.
“I just have to put this woman in a blast really fast because she’s been sending horrible messages about my baby, [Cruz, 2 months], on this page “, the Vanderpump Rules 32-year-old alum wrote on her Instagram story, tagging a user. “People should stop bullying and [making] Disgusting comments. Especially when it comes to a child, I’ll call you! Unacceptable and disgusting. I pray that he receives the help he needs. “
The former reality star went on to share a screenshot of the vomiting emoji that the troll sent in a direct message. “My God, what a terrible person you are,” replied the Kentucky native. “I will pray for you that you find happiness one day and that you don’t have family members who have to deal with social media bullies like you. SMH grow honey. “
During a question and answer session hours later, Cartwright explained that he usually handles trolls that way.
“My favorite thing to do with trolls is go to their own page, see if they have kids or something they really like, and comment below: ‘Your kids are so beautiful. I hope they never have to deal with social media trolls like you, ‘”the former Bravo personality told fans. “Usually that will wake them up. Like, oh shit.”
Earlier this month, the new mom applauded when she was criticized for photographing her son without a seat belt. “We were parked, that’s why he’s not tied up,” he captioned a photo of his baby on Instagram on June 3.
When one social media user commented, “It seems like the headrest of the car seat should go up a bit,” Cartwright wrote: “I already fixed it from this photo, and he was sitting on top of the seat, so everything was fine. “.
Her and her husband Jax taylor welcomed her son in April. The 41-year-old Michigan native has gotten over his wife being criticized on social media, he said exclusively. Us weekly In May.
“Every woman goes through something completely different,” the former SUR bartender explained last month. “So… when people give unsolicited advice, it bothers me a lot because we are all different. Everyone will breastfeed differently[ly] and everyone is going to gain weight differently[ly]. Everything is different. Why can’t you just cheer people up? How hard it is to say, ‘You look great.’ Period. “