Colleen Ballinger Hits Back At Haters Who Tell Her Not To Show Her Baby Bump
3 August 2018, 11:19 | Updated: 3 August 2018, 11:23
Colleen Ballinger's pregnancy seems to have rubbed some fans up the wrong way
Colleen Ballinger has hit out at fans who she claims have asked her to stop taking photos of her baby bump.
Since first announcing her pregnancy in June, Colleen has been showing off her growing bump as she completes her current US tour. But rather than appreciating the levels of strength needed to grow a whole human while also making thousands of people laugh night after night on tour, some fans have decided to brand her excitement "annoying."
colleen ballinger became one of those annoying pregnant women who cant stfu about being pregnant. she literally cant spend more than five minutes without mentioning her pregnancy. her videos are so dense to watch now— - (@dvnbstck_) August 1, 2018
In an Instagram Story post, Colleen addressed the haters head on:
"Getting a lot of negative comments asking me to not have photos with my bump anymore. I'm so sorry I'm offending so many of you. Since I can't do anything about my bump for the next 5 months cuz my baby needs to grow in there, I'll try to be sensitive about the photos I post from now on that I'm in. I hope you can forgive me for taking photos of myself while I'm pregnant. It was so rude and selfish of me for doing that to you all."
But before you wonder if Colleen was actually sorry, the YouTuber followed up by making it very clear that she was being 100% sarcastic.
"JK I don't care if y'all don't wanna see my bump cuz its cute and I'm pregnant," she wrote.
Seriously it’s annoying how are people getting sick of Colleen showing her baby bump like god she’s pregnant and baby bumps are cute just take a sit I can honestly look at her bump all day pic.twitter.com/8w7PD3ywCb— Allison (@greggsdimples) August 2, 2018
This isn't the first time Colleen Ballinger's pregnancy ha rubbed fans up the wrong way.
In July, Colleen posted a tearful video in response to fans complaining that she wouldn't hug them on tour, which she said was for "the safety of my baby," and on doctor's orders.
"This tour alone I'm meeting 5,000 people," she continued. "One of those 5,000 people is carrying some sort of germ that could hurt me and my baby."