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May 03, 2020

Adam Busby of 'Outdaughtered' Slams Fans’ Concerns for His Daughters' Safety

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Adam Busby has a word for his critics who slammed him after sharing a photo of his children riding their scooters without wearing helmets on Instagram.

Adam Busby had to come to his defense after critics slammed him for allowing his children to ride on their scooters without wearing their helmets.

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The "Outdaughtered" star took to the comment section to state that, "if I thought that my kids were in any sort of life-threatening danger, they would be wearing them."

Born on April 8, 2015, in Texas, the quintuplets, Olivia Marie, Ava Lane, Hazel Grace, Parker Kate, and Riley Paige, were delivered at 28 weeks old in a C-section that took four minutes.

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The retort had become necessary after several people camped under a picture of his children taking a neighborhood ride on their scooters to ask him why he would let the kids out without any protective gear.

TV Showcase pointed out that while one person asked the reality star "but where are your masks and gloves???," another person wrote "Helmets?" causing Adam to clap back at the trolls.

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It would be recalled that the Busby family first came into limelight when Danielle Busby gave birth to the first set of all-female quintuplets in the United States. Since then, she and Adam, alongside their oldest daughter and the quintuplets, have become well-known names in the reality show circle.

Born on April 8, 2015, in Texas, the quintuplets, Olivia Marie, Ava Lane, Hazel Grace, Parker Kate, and Riley Paige, were delivered at 28 weeks old in a C-section that took four minutes.

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The children, however, stayed back in the hospital's NICU for a duration of three months – they were released in July of the same year.

In a report about the children, Country Living made it known that out of the five daughters, Olivia and Ava are the only set of identical twins which made the rest of the quintuplets fraternal. 

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Besides that, the only way to tell the girls apart was by taking a good look at their physical features. With that in mind, Country Living noted that Hazel was the easiest to spot as she not only wore glasses but she is also the only sister with red hair.

As for the others, while Riley has the smallest head and face and the most prominent bright blue eyes, Parker is very tall. Parker is also the biggest of all the girls and the only one with very straight hair.

Olivia made a distinction for herself by wearing circle earrings, while her sisters opt for stars. Olivia also has the curliest hair which frames her round face.

As for her twin, Ava has a squarer face with a longer, curly, hair. The Busby family showed their other diversities on TLC's "Outdaughtered" series, which reportedly lasted for six seasons.

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