Whitney Port Slams Troll Who Commented on Her Son’s Appearance
Television personality Whitney Port took a stand against a troll who said her adorable 2-year-old son Sonny "looked too much like a girl."
Port, who has no issue sharing various snapshots of her son on social media, clapped back after an Instagram user commented that her child's long, curly locks made him look more like a girl.
In her recent Instagram post, Port admitted that disregarding the trolls is typically the best strategy. However, she believed in some cases, it can likewise start a significant discussion.
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"Someone thought warning me that Sonny 'looked too much like a girl' was something I should be concerned about," Port explained in an Instagram post.
Port added that the commenter most likely thought she was trying to help, but the reality star insisted that she and her husband Tim Rosenman take responsibility for their child.
Towards the end of her emotional caption, Port directly addressed her son, writing "If you ever read this one day, please remember to always be yourself no matter what anyone says."
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I know ignoring the trolls is usually the best policy, but sometimes it can spark an important conversation. It's easy to recognize blatant bigotry, but sometimes the same, excuse my language, bullsh*t is hidden behind a thin veil of "advice" or "just my opinion." Someone thought warning me that Sonny "looked too much like a girl" was something I should be concerned about. She probably thought she was trying to help. In the same way it is our responsibility to do our best to feed, clothe, educate, etc...we should also be raising good people, so the world doesn't become completely populated by jerks. Sonny, if you ever read this one day, please remember to always be yourself no matter what anyone says. I love you. Oh yeah, did you hide my keys somewhere? Head to 🔗 in my bio to check out this full video! AND Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel 💕
HER VIDEO MESSAGE
Port additionally posted a video to YouTube, where she talked about the mean remarks people have left about the long hair of her son.
In the video called, "I Love My Toddler, But Let's Talk About His Hair," she said that she shared a photo of her son on Instagram as she normally does and that someone remarked Sonny resembles a girl.
Port shot to fame after being cast in the reality television series "The Hills" in 2006.
Port went on to explain that she and her husband may trim Sonny's hair in the future, yet their choice will exclusively be about their child's prosperity.
Although the little boy's long, curly locks are charming, Port admitted they are a challenge to manage, as reported by Today.
Sonny's hair is in a bun or tucked behind his ears in some pictures her famous mother shared on social media.
According to the doting mother, who talks about parenting with her husband in her "I Love My Toddler, But...," YouTube series, it's difficult for Sonny to see when his hair is down.
Port shot to fame after being cast in the reality television series "The Hills" in 2006. She and Rosenman began dating in 2012.
In November 2013, she announced their engagement and they tied the knot in November 2015, as reported by Glamour.