Toni Gonzaga responds to netizens who criticized her son’s photo

Toni Gonzaga responds to netizens who criticized her son’s photo

- A photo of Toni Gonzaga’s son Seve, Mariel Padilla’s daughter Isabella, and Bianca Gonzalez’s daughter Lucia went viral

- It shows the three kids using their respective electronic gadgets

- Some netizens criticized the photo, saying that the three kids should have been playing outside

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What seemed to be a harmless photo of three children suddenly became controversial.

KAMI learned that the photo of Toni Gonzaga’s son Seve, Mariel Padilla’s daughter Isabella, and Bianca Gonzalez’s daughter Lucia using their gadgets together was criticized by some netizens.

According to the bashers, the three kids should have been playing outside instead of being inside the house and using their gadgets.

Toni decided to respond to the criticism, saying that the bashers have no idea what the kids did throughout the day, PUSH reported.

"Relax best moms. It's just a photo. You don't see what they do 24/7,” Toni wrote.

Many netizens also defended Toni and the photo.

Toni Gonzaga responds to netizens who criticized her son’s photo

Screenshot from PUSH

Mariel and Bianca visited the home of Toni and her husband Paul Soriano.

Toni’s close friends brought their respective kids with them so that they could spend some time with Seve.

The three celebrity moms used to be co-hosts on Pinoy Big Brother.

KAMI wants to remind you that being judgmental will only make you bitter!

"It's hard to be a mother and it's hard to be a father. Can you just imagine how difficult is it for one person to play the role of two?" To All Single MomsOut There (Parenting Documentary) – on KAMI YouTube channel!

Source: Kami.com.ph

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