Shameka Morris’ posts obtained the eye of social media pundits not too long ago when she uploaded pictures of her toddler filled with tattoos.
Though the tattoos are faux, Morris was known as a ‘dangerous mother’ and was advised that she was making her child out to seem like a “gangster” or a “thug”.
Morris, a dressmaker in West Palm Seaside, Florida pushed again on the feedback on social media, saying that she “would not care” how anybody views her parenting expertise and the extra the world will get upset with what she is doing with the short-term tattoos, the extra she’s going to proceed to use them to her one-year-old son.
Shameka Morris has been criticized on social media for placing faux tattoos on her toddler son.
In assist of the mom, a member of the general public uploaded a photograph of one other toddler with tattoos and requested why it was that Morris’ photograph went viral whereas the opposite didn’t. As well as, the opposite toddler’s photograph didn’t lead to his mother and father being closely criticized on social media.
The backstory behind the tattoos reportedly is that Morris by no means had a chance to rejoice her son’s delivery as a result of him spending time within the neonatal unit after being born prematurely.
The faux tattoos, which she alters every so often on her son, subsequently, illustrate milestones in his restoration. She additionally created an Instagram web page for him, which has almost 50,000 followers.