Social media is a huge way that people get to see into one another’s lives, even when those people are celebrities. Even though the Teen Mom cast’s lives are put on display during the show itself, fans love following their favorite girls on Instagram and Twitter to get more updates about the details of their lives.
But sometimes, these updates can backfire. Social media can also show the ugly side of humanity, and Chelsea Houska is coming under attack for her recent update.
Of all of the Teen Mom cast members, Chelsea Houska just might have the most dedicated fanbase. After all, unlike many of her co-stars who always seem to be in and out of drama, Chelsea seems to be focused on her family and husband.
But that only makes scandals about her even more shocking as fans realize that the Teen Mom fan favorite might not be so perfect after all.
This became clear after Chelsea’s most recent Instagram update which featured her daughter, Aubree.
In the update, Chelsea and Aubree get together for some hair styling using a new product.
“Hello, everybody!” Chelsea says. “We are doing a tutorial today. We’ve never done a tutorial… this is my beautiful model, my daughter.”
She goes on, “This is super simple, I’ll show you how it works.” She adds, “[This product is] to make your ponytails fuller… [Aubree] has hair like me and it’s super fine.”
She goes on to style Aubree’s hair with the product and then shows off how it looks. “Look at that! It gives you volume, makes it super cute. Perfect for people with fine hair like me and beautifull Aubree.”
After, she exclaims: “Stunning! Angel!”
So what’s so upsetting about this mother and daughter moment?
Many fans are upset about something they’ve noticed repeatedly on Chelsea’s Instagram: a lot of ads. This most recent post is one of many advertisements on her Instagram, and some find this upsetting.
Fans sounded off about it in the comments.
“I love chelsea, I dnt know how others feel but I want to see more about u and ur family. Not all these posts about products. It’s kinda taking away from the joy of watching you. I’m sorry I am not being rude or anything. Ofcourse you do ur thing. I’m just airing my thoughts and feelings. Love ya though,” wrote user @cbainter73.
Another chimed in, “Who wants to wear that in their hair! Teach Aubree she is beautiful and perfect without any added pieces!”
And this isn’t the first time that Chelsea has received hate for posting ads on her Instagram.