So it looks like Brandi Glanville has stepped in it again. This time The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star wasn't indulging in a cuss word-filled rant against her young son -- she was just posting pictures of him in his underwear on the Internet.
I know, right? What the heck was she thinking? Don't worry, the commenters let her have it, because zomg! Don't you know all small children must be fully clothed at all times no matter what because there are perverts out there? Brandi hit back and defended the pic as no big deal -- and I gotta say I agree with her on this one. Seriously, good luck to the mama who can keep clothes on their kids in the summer.
So the brouhaha started when Brandi tweeted an "inappropriate" picture of her two sons trying to put together a desk. The caption read, "My little builders are trying to build Jakes desk!!" and Jake, 7, can clearly be seen in his underwear. His brother Mason, 11, is also pictured shirtless, but appears to be wearing pants or shorts of some kind.
Cue Internet freak-out.
My little builders are trying to build Jakes desk!! pic.twitter.com/R2Y7LMXyxn— Brandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) July 7, 2014
Of course Brandi being Brandi wasn't about to take comments like, "You nasty bitch put clothes on them !!!" lying down, so she shot back at the criticism.
"They both were clothed from waist down whatever! i was naked my whole life-
#f--koffhaters," Glanville responded to those who dared to insult her mothering skills. She responded to someone else with, "It was evening & guess what mine do ... I guess your a better person ur your kids wear more clothes #not."
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Brandi also sent out another tweet saying, "You can't post a pic or tweet with out haters! I think this Halloween I will pass out Lexapro to all the kids parents!
#gethappy" And now I know where I'm going trick-or-treating this October 31.
Personally, I don't have a problem with the pic. It isn't in any way suggestive or posed, and you'd have to be a pervert to find it sexually provocative at all. And if you're trying to keep your kid in a bubble from all the disgusting human beings in the world, you should just keep him home at all times. In a snowsuit. With the blinds shut.
Do you think this picture is inappropriate?
Image via Brandi Glanville/Twitter