Cheetah Girls’ Kiely Williams hits back at shamers who called her mom guilt dramatic: ‘You don’t have a heart’
3LW and Cheetah Girl alum Kylie Williams shared her first experience with separation anxiety.
On Thursday, the 34-year-old singer and actress shared an emotional video on Instagram of her struggling to get away from her daughter Rowan, 3, which she shared with husband Brandon Cox.
“I’m in this grand hotel for work. I haven’t traveled without my child since she was born. It’s almost like three years. I like to take it with me if I need to go somewhere. But COVID, You know. Every time I talk to her, she is like, ‘Mommy comes home,’ “Williams told her she was crying.
In a second video, he praised working mothers as superheroes.
“I don’t know how you guys do it,” Williams said. “Especially if you have to leave for a long time. I feel like I’m failing him, and my heart is broken. I’ll stop crying.” Only like the first or second day, so I think it will be easier, okay? I just miss her and I know she misses me. “
Fans took Williams’ comments, including their fellow singer Nivia, to show their support.
“I really, really love your pain … just know that you are working for her future too! Keep praying and try your best to stay positive. Remind yourself And it’s temporary, not forever. She’s leaving. ” So proud of you for continuing to work on your dreams, ”Nivia wrote.
“I feel you! I remember the first time I went on vacation when I had my baby. She was 2 at the time and she was left with her grandparents. I cried and I felt like I was Call 5 times a day. Grew up on grandparents’ nerves, “one fan said.
“She is your inspiration when you are earning money to be a provider for her. You hold some kind of souvenir to remind her of her journey,” said another person.
“You stay strong, you got it,” one user continued.
Long after posting her initial video, Williams followed up with fans on Instagram Live to let her know she was feeling better and also responded to the backlash received by some who said she would Was dramatic.
“A bunch of f ***** g insensitive, ugly people come in to tell me ‘it’s not so serious’ that’ people are dying in Texas, ‘like I don’t know about that,’ I was “horrible and stupid,” she reacted. “They all came from The Shed Room, I don’t know these people. So it really worked, it pulled me out of my ecstatic cascade of depression because now I’m like you guys ‘f **’. What is wrong with this you? You don’t have heart You do not understand that a person, any person can go through the anxiety of separation, can experience the guilt of the mother. Just feeling f ** ked. “”
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