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Kim Zoliciak-Biermann Responds To Backlash Over Putting 6-Year-Old Son In A Car Seat



The internet parent police have struck again! This time taking aim at reality star Kim Zolciak Biermann.

The mother of six recently caught flack for posting a photo of her 6-year-old son Kash in a car seat, with some fans questioning whether or not he is too big for it.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, 40, took to Instagram on Tuesday, December 11, to share a photo of Kash sitting in his booster seat. “My baby @kashbiermann on the way to school this morning! He is such a BIG BOY he is only 6,” she captioned the shot. “He melts me. His heart is unreal. #HairKing.”

Unfortunately folks couldn’t help themselves and had to point out the obvious with one petty comment after the next.

“Yeah he is big. Too big to be in that baby seat. Is that a law? If there a certain weight they have to be in one of those things? Cuz he looks ridiculous lol… he looks way too big for that!” one follower wrote, while another commented, “I’m sure he’s over the weight limit him take him outta that damn thing.”

The Shade Room also reposted Kim’s photo and of course the comments were lit with over 30,000 responses.

“When they refuse to come to terms that their kid is in college,” actor Tyrese joked, while another said, “That boy is every bit of 25!!!

Another chimed in “If he needs a booster seat, so does Kevin Hart.”

Not surprisingly, Kim got wind of the jokes and backlash and clapped back with guidelines on how to determine when your child has outgrown their booster seat.

“Ya’ll know I don’t play when it comes to my babies,” she wrote in her IG Story.

She also shared a video of height markings on her wall showing that her son Kash is 4-foot-5. (According to AAA’s Safe Seats for KidsOpens a New Window., children should use “belt-positioning booster seats until they are at least 4’9′ and between 8 and 12 years old.”)

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