TEEN Mom star Jenelle Evans has been slammed by fans for allowing her daughter Ensley, four, to wear socks with “pot leaves” on them.
The 29-year-old revealed in an Instagram video that the little girl had chosen the dope accessory herself to finish her outfit.
Jenelle had shared a short clip of her daughter wearing the blue sock to her Instagram Stories but deleted it not longer after.
In the clip, the mom-of-three asks Ensley to show off her sock before telling her that she needs to “switch it.”
The little girl tells her mom that she doesn’t want to get changed because she likes the item of clothing.
Before Jenelle deleted the clip, one of her followers grabbed it from Instagram and shared it on Reddit.
Posting it in a Teen Mom chat, they titled the discussion: “Ensley wearing pot leaves on her socks.”
Fans were appalled by the child’s outfit and rushed to slam Jenelle for letting her wear the sock with marijuana leaves on it.
One wrote: “This is really trashy. I don’t care what anyone says.”
“Tell me you’re trash without saying it,” joked another.
While a third chimed in with: “…it's textbook attention seeking, it's just so … blech, annoying lol. (Also, I'm a teacher and I have had a few kids show up with weed socks.. Their parents are never ‘superstars’)”.
This isn't the first time Jenelle has been critisized for how she is bringing up her children.
Earlier this month fans slammed her for feeding her kids bacon and gravy and a heap of junk food for dinner.
The 29-year-old took to TikTok to share two parts of herself cooking her chicken Alfredo which starts with Jenelle telling her 6-year-old son Kaiser to "get out" so she could cook.
Jenelle shares her youngest Ensley, four, with her husband David Eason, son Kaiser with ex Nathan Griffith, and 11-year-old Jace with ex Andrew Lewis.
Jenelle isn’t the first Teen Mom star to let her children wear clothes decorated with marijuana leaves.
Kailyn Lowry, 28, was slammed by fans for putting a "Pot Head" hat with a marijuana leaf on her six-month-old son Creed.
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