Adam Busby’s HUGE Hypocrisy As Girls’ Well Being At Risk?

OutDaughtered fans have noticed a huge hypocrisy about Adam Busby when it comes to his daughters’ well-being. After he filmed and shared a new video of his daughters, fans expressed their concerns for the girls’ safety. So, what’s going on?

Adam Busby, YouTube

Adam Busby shares a new video of the girls living their best lives.

In a new Instagram Reel, Adam filmed his daughters as they rode around outside on their Razor Crazycarts. It looks like they’re having a blast and enjoying the fresh air. The dad wrote, “Love evenings with these crazy girls!” 

However, the girls aren’t wearing shoes or helmets. They’re riding around on the street and driveway without any protective gear, which naturally has fans worried. As you can see in the snaps below, there are no shoes in sight.

While some activities might be okay without shoes, fans are concerned about this one.

Adam Busby Instagram
Adam Busby Instagram

You can watch the video here.

OutDaughtered fans are worried about the kids’ safety.

In the comments section of Adam Busby’s post, OutDaughtered fans are sharing their concerns for the girls’ well-being. One fan says, “So fun, but helmets please!” Others agree. One says, “that was my first thought!” Another thinks it’s “so important” for the kids to be wearing appropriate safety gear.

Yet another chimes in, “Where’s her helmet daddy?”

Is Adam Busby being hypocritical when it comes to safety?

Though Adam’s daughters aren’t wearing shoes as they ride around on their Crazycarts, he is. Danielle Busby shared a quick snap of Adam speeding past her while enjoying a turn on his daughters’ toys. The dad to six is wearing sneakers, keeping his feet safe.

Danielle Busby Instagram
Danielle Busby Instagram

Despite all of the backlash that Adam is getting for not making his daughters wear shoes or helmets, plenty of other fans are talking about how fun the Crazycarts look. So, maybe they don’t care so much about Adam’s hypocrisy when it comes to his kids’ safety and wellbeing.

Fortunately, it doesn’t look like anyone got injured. Hopefully, the Busby girls continue to stay safe on their Crazycarts without shoes or helmets. Or maybe Adam and Danielle will read fans’ comments and make sure their daughters start to wear helmets.

So, what do you think of Adam Busby’s new video featuring the girls without helmets and shoes as they played outside? Do you think it’s a safety risk? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. For more news about the OutDaughtered family, come back to TV Shows Ace.

Aubrey Chorpenning


  1. I spent my childhood in southern California, with no helmets. especially no shoes. We had fun and we didn’t spent our childhood being afraid of “maybe” hurting myself. Adam is a good father!

    1. I agree, am also 70, ran barefoot in the grass, street, sidewalk etc. We learned to watch where we were going. We rode bikes with no shoes, helmets were for football players and if we fell we got up and kept going. I’m not saying don’t be careful I’m just saying I’m 70 still alive and well and my mother did the same thing and is 92!! Lighten up people, we can’t raise out kids in bubbles.

  2. I agree with Patty A. I am 70 yrs old. I grew up riding bikes all over town, with no helmet, no paddings. We rode scooters, roller skated, ice skated, without all the fuss. If we fell we got up and continued our fun. Kids are resilient and are more durable than one thinks. If you want to put your children in a no bumps or scrapes zone that’s your prerogative, but don’t judge others unless they are physically hurting their children. The quints are fine.

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