90 Day Fiancé star Darcey Silva has her fans and her detractors – so it is when you’re a reality TV personality. However, it seems that haters are spreading to Silva’s daughter as well. After Darcey Silva shared a video of her daughter, Aniko Bollok, Bollok received some nasty comments. Now she is going to Instagram to defend herself, and Silva’s fans are proud of her daughter for taking the right path.
90 Day Fiancé: Darcey And Tom Call It Quits
90 Day Fiancé couple Darcey and Tom have finally officially split up. While fans are aware that the two have not been on good terms for a long time, their relationship only recently ended on the TLC franchise.
Both sides have had their complaints. Darcey Silva was angry because she had seen a photo of Tom Brooks with another woman, and Brooks had been evasive. Brooks, meanwhile, said he wasn’t being heard.
He also told Darcey, “He was so worried about other things. It was really hard for me to listen to Jesse’s story all the time.” Clearly Brooks was frustrated that Darcey Silva was still connected to Jesse Meester, to a certain extent.
However, things ended badly for the two of them. When things seemed to be ending, Tom Brooks took a blow for Darcey Silva’s appearance. He asked her, “Did you put on a few pounds?”
Since then, Tom Brooks has argued strongly that the matter was the result of a bad edit. However, he acknowledged that it couldn’t have been edited if he hadn’t said so.
90 Day Fiancé: Darcey’s Daughter Defends Herself
Darcey Silva recently uploaded a Tik Tok who recorded her daughter, Anniko Bollok. Unfortunately, the video soon got a bunch of hate remarks aimed at the daughter of the 90 Day Fiancé star.
It seems that the comments have been deleted since then. However, at the time, Bollok did not have them. She made her point in the comments, writing a pungent comment directed at those who have bad things to say.
Bollok wrote: “Hello everyone, as I was scrolling through the comments section of this post, it was pointed out to me that many people hate me brutally. I don’t understand why, because I filmed a simple Tik Tok to a completely appropriate song, wearing little or no makeup and doing nothing to ‘put myself on the line’ inappropriately, it just makes me so angry at the end of the day that I still get attacked.
Bollok continued: “Even the fact that I’m being attacked by grown-up ADULTS. I’m 15 years old. I am a teenager who grows and learns every day and who has an excess of daily emotions. Just because my mother can have a following, that doesn’t give you the right to be negative about my mother’s platform, and a place you can hate. It is absolutely disrespectful, sad and disgusting that people in these comments think it is right to hate a 15-year-old boy for making a Tik Tok video without any problems. And the fact that I have to come here and talk about it is absolutely embarrassing.