Are the Bringing Up Bates stars forgoing their kids‘ safety in order to make a buck? Some fans fear that they might be putting money before their children’s well-being. Keep reading for all of the details about this situation and see what fans are talking about.
If you follow the Bates family members on social media, you probably know that some of them have become social media influencers. They advertise products for companies and get paid in exchange for their ads. Because the Bates family members have so many Instagram followers, they have the potential to help companies sell a lot of products. A recent Instagram ad was not well-received by fans though. Some feel that the stars put money before their kids’ safety with their recent moves.
Whitney Bates & Alyssa Webster push more products on social media.
On Instagram this week, both Whitney Bates and Alyssa Bates Webster promoted a baby lounger. The company was having a huge sale, so they paid Whitney and Alyssa, among other influencers to inform their fans about it. You can see a few snaps they posted to their Instagram Stories below. Whitney’s son Jadon even showed viewers how to use the lounger.
Bringing Up Bates fans worry about the kids’ safety.
After seeing their Instagram posts, Bringing Up Bates fans took to Reddit and shared why they are concerned. One fan pointed out that these types of loungers are not meant for unsupervised sleep. The Reddit user claimed that many people use them incorrectly, and according to the Food & Drug Administration, they can increase the risk of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome). Fans feel that the Bates girls should have clearly mentioned this risk.
The fan went on and said, “If most people used them correctly (for babies to lounge in when there’s supervision) I wouldn’t care, but a lot of influencers, including fundies, actually use them for the babies to sleep in and put them in cribs.”
Someone else chimed in, “Personally I dont think things like this should be on the market at all since theres a large chance parents would use them incorrectly.”
Other fans think that parents should use “common sense” when buying these products for their babies.
So, do you think that the Bringing Up Bates stars should be more cautious when promoting products like these? Or do you think it’s up to the consumer to do their research? Share your thoughts in the comments section below, and come back to TV Shows Ace for more news about the Bates family.
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