Said a third: ‘You have the ability to provide healthy eating options then why not do the right thing. You’re old enough to read and do your research on your own! I am surprised your family or friends don’t want to tell you the truth.
Cheetos the snack will cause acute gastritis- when the lining of the stomach becomes inflamed or swollen for a short time. Anything spicy 🌶 is difficult on an adult stomach lining‼️’
But it seems April wasn’t taking the backlash lying down, telling one critic ‘You’re beyond toxic for my children :(’
And when another follower sent her an article titled, ‘Flamin' Hot Cheetos Send Multiple Children To The Emergency Room Each Year’, the celebrity mum unbelievably replied: ‘We're here for a good time, not a long time.’
April’s comment only spurred on the critics more. ‘Did you even see her response? She said, we’re here for a good time not a long time. About her toddler. Dumbfounded. 🤦🏽♀️’
Added another: ‘I can’t believe she said that as if her child’s life isn’t taken seriously.’
However not all of April's followers were as damning. Said one: 'Can someone tell me where I can buy the parenting book which reads about giving hot cheetos to kids? Need my 21 month old to understand why he can't have them anymore.'
Added another: 'All the people commenting saying that April did the wrong thing by letting her daughter eat a few hot Cheetos need to go find something better to do than judge someone else on how they parent. WHO CARES! half the people commenting don’t even have kids so who are you to comment. Go comment on something that actually matters! A few hot Cheetos won’t hurt any child.'