We told you earlier in the week that some people were criticizing Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose for posting a picture of their almost two-month-old son, Bash, wearing socks that were designed with marijuana leaves all over them. As a caption for the photo, Khalifa said, “Like father like son #HUFsocks.” HUF is a brand of clothing and accessories if you are wondering, and many of the products are covered in marijuana leaves. But anywho, the lighthearted photo had a few people questioning if you should really have your children wearing clothing that promotes the use of marijuana, especially since we’re talking about a newborn. On her show earlier this week, Wendy Williams said, it’s too much too soon to publicly be doing and showing off:
“So here’s my thought–my thought is Sabastian is only less than two months old. And I get it that Wiz loves to smoke his weed, I get that it marijuana is soon to legalized everywhere, but I just feel it’s gone too far by posting this picture. And I’m no cornball; I’m a cool lady–especially at home. There are some things that are suppose to be at home things…That’s close door conversation; it’s not to be Instagram’ed. Oh you crazy kids.”
Well, that same day (Tuesday) Amber Rose got on her Twitter to express her own feelings about other people’s feelings about the way she and Wiz are parenting their son, and she basically was just asking those who are so concerned to do her a favor and shut the you-know-what up. Here’s the tweet:
Well, dang. No matter what people think though, these are new parents. They’re learning how to care for their own child, and they’ve got years to get it right. While they won’t always do things in a traditional manner (clearly), it wouldn’t hurt to give them a break.
What do you think about people’s concerns with baby Bash being out here in marijuana socks? Are people overreacting, or is it something they shouldn’t have shown to the world on their Instagram?
Check out Wendy’s “Hot Topic” video where she discusses Bash’s socks on the next page (starts around the 3:00 mark):