• “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star Moniece Slaughter fires back at netizen for criticizing her parenting skills.

“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star Moniece Slaughter fires back at netizen for criticizing her parenting skills. (Photo : Instagram/Moniece Slaughter)

"Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" star Moniece Slaughter was recently under fire for saying that parents should raise their kids with "a more Caucasian mentality." The reality star got in a fight with a follower after she posted a somewhat controversial video on her Instagram page.

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According to Design & Trend, Slaughter's controversial statement was made after a follower called her out on Instagram after she posted a video for a woman teaching an infant how to float in the water. Usert twerk_fa_aj held that she might just call child services, insisting that that is not the way to teach an infant how to swim.

"I should throw your behind in the middle of the ocean. Let's see you float then," twerk_fa_aj added.

It did not take long before Slaughter responded, explaining that the child on the video is not hers. She also pointed out the irony of how twerk_fa_aj would want to call child services on someone teaching their children about basic survival skills but would look the other way around on parents who condone rap music, filled with sexual innuendos.

"And furthermore, this is exactly what's wrong with n---- If your parents had raised you with a more Caucasian mentality, your IG name wouldn't be what it is. And most importantly, you'd call child services on someone teaching their child fundamental survival skills, but you won't call a parent who teaches their kid rap lyrics, gang signs, curse words?" she wrote.

Given how Slaughter's statement may end up offending more of her followers even more, the "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" star proceeded to explain what she meant by raising children with a more "Caucasian mentality." She pointed out that she merely meant that parents should not be so overprotective and let kids learn and discover the world their own way.

"Meaning, it's been my experience for the most part that Caucasian people are less fearful. Thus, allowing them to be more open to what would be considered unconventional methods, both in their way of life and how they raise their children," explained.