Dean McDermott is a message for anyone criticizing his wife Tori Spelling’s recent Instagram post, where she wrote about her children muffins snacks: “It is a snack people, get over it.”
Dean McDermott is a message for anyone criticizing his wife, Tori Spelling, who in a recent Instagram post, wrote about her children muffins snacks: “It is a snack people, get over it.”
McDermott took to Instagram himself on Friday, sharing a video, in which he aired his grievances about the comments of his wife.
“I’m sick and tired, sick and tired of everyone taking a shot at my wife, Tori Spelling. Just because she is a celebrity, they think they can say and do what they want. She posted about a snack,” he said. “It is a snack bar, people. We do not have our children for a snack? Huh? Cakes, cookies whatever. It is a snack.”
TORI SPELLING CRITICISM ON SOCIAL MEDIA AFTER THE PROMOTION OF MUFFINS AS A HEALTHY SNACK FOR CHILDREN
Earlier in the week, Spelling posted snapshots of her children on Instagram, which showed them eating packaged mini-muffins.
“This mother of 5 is snack time, a balancing act between pleasing my kiddos and a good feeling as a parent, what I feed them,” she captioned the collection of photos. “#Ad Thank you @littlebitessnacks for delicious and kiddo approved.”
She went on the share of the types of muffins and her children to enjoy, and what they said that they like about them, and added she thinks the snacks are “great.”
But the “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum to receive disapproving messages from some followers. Some people came to her defense, however.
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In his video, McDermott said he and Spelling are “good parents”, adding that they their children healthy foods, “and they occasionally get a bite to eat.”
“So we can about ourselves?” he asked.