A father exposed his daughter’s mother for what she did when his wife was braiding her daughter’s hair. According to the photos taken by the woman, she removed the style – mocking her father with the photos that are happening. Now, Facebook users are debating the effects of parenting relationships on children.
“So my daughter’s mother pulled these strings out of my daughter’s head the day b4 Thanksgiving and her head and scalp looked like this,” the father wrote on Facebook. “So I told my wife to do things quickly and respectfully for my son b4 I left him. And this is how his mother used to do it.”
The man, known as Kirk Stone on his profile, also included photos and videos of the child’s hair before and after the new haircut. In the previous pictures, the girl’s hair was done in a bun with white beads at the end. This style seemed like the old days – that special Jim Jones shaggy.
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Meanwhile, Kirk’s Facebook profile shows that he is dating Dajanai Latrese–single. However, he refers to his significant other as “his wife” on viral.
So, his girlfriend/wife chose matching cornrows and matching white necklaces. But the girl’s mother, identified as Amari Jones in the article, was not happy with Dajanai’s actions, saying that the style was a waste of time.
“So you let your gf touch my son’s hair? FOR NO REASON HUH she wasted her time DOING it,” the woman wrote.
The woman posted a photo of the style that was slightly released. A few minutes later, he texted, “THEY KEPT HIM WITHOUT A REASON.” Just 11 minutes after the first text, the woman sent another photo of her daughter’s hair. By this time the braided styles were gone, and her hair was swept into two vertical buns.
Mom tried to call Kirk within minutes of posting the photo. It is unclear whether the parents spoke on the phone after the miss or when exactly the text messages were sent. But Kirk published the look and feel on Monday afternoon—days after Thanksgiving.
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As of Tuesday, the post had more than 7,300 shares and nearly 3,000 comments. The discussion ranged from the mother of the baby being hurt to asking what the father did to disrupt the foster relationship.
Why did the father share this personal conflict? He said he wanted to show evidence of the behavior he said was expected.
“I don’t usually do this, but I wanted to show a small example of bitterness and ignorance, hurting my son in order to hurt me. RELATED,” Stone wrote.
Dajanai also shared Kirk’s post, writing “very sad and painful” in his words. Keep checking to see the additions of other Facebook users!