Tiffany & Lawson Bates Slammed For ‘Gross’ Clickbait

Tiffany and Lawson Bates - YouTube

Bringing Up Bates Tiffany and Lawson Bates are being slammed over their “gross” clickbait. The couple’s latest video is getting a lot of negative attention. This isn’t the first time they’ve been under fire for doing something like this. What did they post this time that sent lots of hate their way? Keep reading for all of the details.

Tiffany & Lawson Bates share a new YouTube video.

If you follow Lawson and Tiffany on social media, you probably know about their YouTube channel. Like several of his siblings, Lawson started filming videos and sharing them with fans. He and his wife share weekly updates about their lives, showing off everything from their travels to their home renovation projects.

Bringing Up Bates - Tiffany and Lawson Bates - YouTube
Bringing Up Bates – Tiffany and Lawson Bates – YouTube

Most recently, the couple uploaded a video sharing their experience of becoming “instant parents.” Tiffany and Lawson Bates had the opportunity to babysit their nine-month-old niece, Kenna, while Nathan and Esther Bates were in the Philippines. The couple filmed a 30-minute long video, documenting the adventures they had with their niece for two weeks. It looks like Kenna was well cared for and Lawson and Tiffany enjoyed themselves too.

Tiffany and Lawson Bates - YouTube
Tiffany and Lawson Bates – YouTube

On Instagram, the couple shared several posts promoting their video. Now, it looks like their followers have had enough.

Bringing Up Bates fans slam their ‘gross’ clickbait.

On Reddit, Bringing Up Bates fans are discussing Tiffany and Lawson Bates’ new video, and they have a lot to say. Overall, fans are unhappy that Lawson and Tiffany used this babysitting opportunity as a way to get more views. Fans think the title was total clickbait because Lawson and Tiffany weren’t actually becoming parents. They were simply babysitting their niece. But saying they became instant parents was a chance for them to catch fans’ attention.

One Reddit user said, “That clickbait title is just gross.”

Another pointed out, “32 minute video??? They just have put Kenna to work!!” 

Others think Tiffany and Lawson Bates exploited their niece and took advantage of her by including her in their vlog. The entire video was about her, which some fans thought was cute. But others think it was over-the-top.

Hopefully, Esther and Nathan Bates approved of this idea and the video before it went live.

So, what do you think of Tiffany and Lawson Bates’ new video about becoming “instant parents?” Do you agree that it’s “gross” clickbait? Or do you think it’s just a creative title? Sound off in the comments section below. And keep coming back to TV Shows Ace for the latest Bringing Up Bates updates. Below, you can check out their video.

Aubrey Chorpenning

One Comment

  1. How about stop judging other people and take care of your own pea patch. guess your lives are too dull and you want to be everyone’s critic geesh mind ya business

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