Ice-T And Coco Shamed For Putting Their 6-Year-Old Daughter In A Stroller

Taylor Sakellis
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Rapper Ice-T and actress and model Coco Austin are no strangers to people on the internet criticizing their parenting decisions. Ever since it was revealed a few years back that Coco was still breastfeeding their daughter, Chanel Nicole Marrow, who was almost 4-years-old at the time, online trolls couldn't leave this family of three alone.

Now, the parents are defending their decision to push their now 6-year-old daughter around in a stroller.

Being a parent means dealing with a lot of criticism from strangers.

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Even before the days of social media, I think every parent can recall strangers stopping them in the mall or grocery store to criticize something they were doing "wrong" — I know my mom had that happen multiple times while I was having one of my infamous screaming fits.

However, social media has taken this mommy-shaming and cranked it up a notch.

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This is especially true if you're a public figure, and especially if your name is Coco Austin.

It seems like the model and mother can't win over her three million Instagram followers no matter what she does.

Recently, she and hubby Ice-T got called out for using a stroller to push their 6-year-old daughter Chanel around.

In a photo from the family's vacation to the Bahamas, Coco captioned the mirror selfie: "A stroll through the @atlantisbahamas shops... Chanel is so over it unless theres something cool to see.. Her face transitions instantly."

Immediately, fans took to the comments to mock the pair's decision to push their daughter around.

"Guys she’s only 78 months old. Let’s not get crazy," commented one user.

"Wtf is she in a stroller?" commented another.

"A stroller really? Let that girl grow up," echoed a different user.

Now, the parents are clapping back on Twitter.

In response to the news story being posted on CNN, the Law & Order: SVU star tweeted: "Lol… CNN? Really? MFs ain’t got [expletive] else to talk about.. F em all. Smh. Lol."

Coco also gave her two cents on the situation, tweeting that the world "loves to criticize literally everything i[sic] do!"

Well, it's clear this pair love their daughter very much and want to take care of her the best they can.

Live and let live I say!