Huddah Monroe, a former Big Brother contestant, criticizes women who use pregnancy and children to gain fame.
"Didn't know babies are props When you ain't trending no more Get a baby !"
She continued by saying that;
"These social media babies be working harder than me an adult. No chance to be a child at all! You must do tiktok @ 1 month. daily like.... Give me a break! I need some privacy Breastfeed. Poop. I can't imagine being recorded to grow up."
Her cryptic message appears to be alluding to her rival Vera Sidika. It's unclear whether they're friends, but the two have a history. Because after settling with Brown Mauzo, the message was intended for Vera. Vera Sidika was not particularly popular before she announced her pregnancy, but once she did, the spotlight was cast on her, and she has been trending ever since she gave birth to Asia Brown. She's also been gushing over Asia Brown on social media all the time, praising her beauty and all.
Let me know if Huddah is correct in his assertion in the comments section below.
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