Photos Of The “Tattooed Baby” Are Going Viral, But Some Say It’s C’hild Ab’use

A Florida fashion designer wanted to showcase some cool designs. As a tattoo lover, Shamekia Morris, 29, decided to cover her baby boy in fake body art from head to toe. Critics immediately attacked Morris for decorating her one-year-old baby in body art, accusing the mother of raising a “t’hug” and a “ga’ngster.” Nevertheless, the West Palm Beach, Florida, mom began putting temporary body art on her baby toy Treylin when he was just six months old and has no plans to stop despite her c’ritics’ outrage.

Although the Florida mom put f’ake tattoos on her baby boy, people online have branded her a “b’ad mom” and ac’cused her of sending her infant down the w’rong path in life. She spoke to Truly about her obsession with giving her son f’ake tattoos and addressed how so many people online are cr’iticizing her for it.

“I get a lot of ba’cklash. People say I’m raising my son as a ‘ga’ngster,’ a ‘thug,’ they’re not used to seeing a baby with tattoos,” she told Truly.

“When I was eight months [pregnant], I did a ma’ternity s’hoot with my brothers at a tattoo shop,” she told the media outlet. “I got bu’llied on social media. All the comments were negative. People were saying my baby was going to be born with a whole bunch of tattoos. He’s going to have skin p’oison. It was crazy.”

She said, “The b’acklash has been h’orrible. It h’urts my feelings because I know I’m not a bad mom, and I get called all types of names. It’s crazy.”

“For the people that judge me, I don’t care because this is a lifestyle that we enjoy,” she added. “If you’re judging someone off of a 30-second video on social media, that’s your business, but what you say or think about someone isn’t going to determine what they’re going to be in the future.”

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