Is Catelynn Lowell's clothing line inappropriate for kids? That's what some of her fans and followers online have suggested.
Following the release of Tierra Reign, the Teen Mom OG star and her husband, Tyler Baltierra, have come under fire online for allegedly promoting a brand that does not offer age-appropriate items.
On Monday, In Touch Weekly revealed that Lowell had shared an advertisement for the brand, which a young girl was seen wearing a black shirt with a white lace overlay and choker.
"I don't think this top is very age appropriate. The cut, the color, the choker ... it's not something that I would put on a young child," one person wrote in response to the photo.
A short time later, the photo was taken off the Tierra Reign Instagram account and Baltierra addressed the backlash.
"I usually don't respond to any comments or reactions from social media...BUT I felt the need to do so regarding the [Tierra Reign] lace tank," he said. "Emma (the cute little model I used) was actually almost 2 sizes too small for the tank! We realized the day of the photo shoot and the production of her size was not completed yet, so we didn't have one to swap it out (or we would have). Emma liked the choker necklace lol!"
Following his comment, others weighed in with support.
"You don't need to explain yourself. Haters going to hate no matter what!" one chimed in.
"Cute, need I remind y'all, haters are gonna hate. Nothing wrong with the shirt or the choker," another added.
Meanwhile, Baltierra assured fans that he appreciated their reactions to the items.
"I wanted you guys to know that I am paying attention & appreciate all the feedback...good or bad, it helps the business grow in the right direction."