Robin Thicke’s fiancé seemed unbothered by social media comments advising her not to feed her daughter Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.
On June 24, April Love Geary shared a video of her 16-month-old daughter Mia Love eating the spicy snack on Instagram.
The video raised some concerns for a few of the mom’s followers.
One user commented:
Those Cheetos are beyond toxic, she’s just a child! Go read a parenting book.
However, Geary didn’t seem to take the commenter’s warning too seriously.
The mother of two wittily replied:
you’re beyond toxic for my children 🙁
However, the warnings didn’t end there.
Another woman commented:
She’s so beautiful! Need to stop [feeding] the GMO [to] your babygirl.
In response to this user, Geary quoted a popular Drake lyric from the chorus of Big Sean’s song “Blessings.” She replied:
WE’RE HERE FOR A GOOD TIME NOT A LONG TIME
However, as “Parents” reports, Geary’s critics might be right.
Pediatrician Natalie Digate Muth said:
“The short answer is that Hot Cheetos are not a healthy snack and I don’t recommend consuming them in any amount. The chips contain MSG and a lot of artificial flavors and colors which can be detrimental to kids’ health. It’s likely to be something in the chips’ seasoning that contributes to the serious stomach problems we often see in teens who eat a lot of these chips.”
As Dearly previously reported, rapper Lil Xan, 22, was hospitalized after consuming too many hot Cheetos. He said the snack ripped something open in his stomach causing him to puke up a little bit of blood.
He warned fans:
Hot Cheetos are one hell of a drug.
Despite the numerous cases claiming to be related to the chips, Frito-Lay maintains that the snack is safe. Although, they warn that some consumers may have a lower tolerance for spicy foods than others.