Teen Mom star Cheyenne Floyd claps back at a fan after she’s slammed for dressing Ryder, 3, in a $180 Burberry bikini – The Sun

TEEN Mom OG star Cheyenne Floyd clapped back at a fan who slammed her for dressing daughter Ryder, 3, in a Burberry bikini.

The fan said that the MTV star dressing her daughter in a $180 dollar swimsuit is "too Kardashian."

Cheyenne, 27, shared several photos of her daughter wearing the Burberry bikini.

One follower was disappointed to see the 3-year-old wearing Burberry.

In a now deleted comment, the user wrote: "I understand that she has money, but two things: First, I don't think a child that young should be in a bikini and secondly, a Burberry bathing suit, really?!

"That is a little much for a toddler and way too Kardashian!

"Honestly, thought she was much more down to earth for that. #disappointed."

Cheyenne clapped back and wrote: "We had money before MTV, I'll dress my kid how I want."

Many users agreed with the Teen Mom OG star and showed her some support.

One wrote: "She has money, she is on a TV show…she is allowed to dress her daughter the way she wants to."

Another said: "It's her child, she can do whatever she wants."

Cheyenne shares her daughter with her ex, Cory Wharton.

Cory recently welcomed a baby girl, Mila, with his girlfriend, Taylor Selfridge.

After the backlash, Cheyenne told a fan that she can have Ryder's bathing suit once she grows out of it.

Reddit users praised the MTV star for her generosity.

One comment said: "I thought that was a beautiful thing to offer!"

Another wrote: "Honestly, that's super cool of her."

A third wrote: "That's honestly so sweet of her."

Cheyenne also received praise from Teen Mom fans after she announced that she was buying lunch for essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

She posted: “We are so thankful to all the essential workers who have been amazing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ryder and I would like to buy your lunch today!

“Leave a comment, telling me what you do & drop your ca$happ. Stay safe, healthy and positive!”

Cheyenne then posted messages from essential care workers who appreciated her kindness.

One message read: “Just wanted to say thank you so much for your donation! I wanted to let you know I’m planning to pay it forward bc another person might need it more than me! I really appreciate you & God bless your family.”






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