Is OutDaughtered star Danielle Busby playing favorites among her daughters? That’s what some fans of the famous mama think. Though the family is used to dealing with Instagram trolls, this time the commenters have been accusing the mom of six of favoring twins Olivia and Ava, choosing to spend time with only two of her daughters at the expense of all the rest. The comments started rolling in after the TLC star posted a photo of two of her girls on Saturday, July 27. “Shopping with the twinkies,” she captioned the shot, adding the hashtag #LuluandAva.
Almost immediately the parent police were on her case. “Danielle’s always with the twins,” wrote one fan about the 35-year-old mom. “I never really see her that much with the other three [quints]. So sad [for] poor [Hazel, Riley and Parker]. I love Adam the most [because] he’s always with ALL the girls.” Other commenters were quick to agree, writing, “Yeah, I noticed that too. … On the show, I see her being more strict with Hazel.”
Not everyone agreed, though. “We must not watch the same show or follow the same accounts,” clapped back a different fan. Others also defending Danielle, pointing out, “Just because they don’t post everything on social media, doesn’t mean they don’t do it.” OutDaughtered fans were quick to explain that both the mom of six and her husband, Adam Busby, make a point to spend time with each of their kids one-on-one as well as in various groups. In fact, they even directed the original commenters to check out Danielle’s story where she laid out the whole situation.
“She said it should have been Riley and Hazel with her this time, but they were snuggled on the couch with their daddy,” one of the star’s followers explained. “I’ve never noticed Danielle treating the twins any different to the other three girls!” Another added, “Watch the show and listen to them well. They explained each topic very well.” Though the mommy-shamers were out in full force, Danielle had no shortage of defenders in her comment section.
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