Meri Brown is defending her daughter. The star of Sister Wives recently praised her daughter, Mariah Brown, following an interaction between Mariah and her half-brother, Paedon Brown. It seems the two don’t see eye to eye in politics. This is between Meri Brown who seems to be taking a step back from Sister Wives’ family and Kody Brown.
Sister Wives: Mariah And Paedon Get Into It
After a recent interaction on Instagram, it’s become clear that Mariah and Paedon do not see eye-to-eye. The siblings of Sister Wives are the children of Meri Brown and Christine Brown respectively.
On July 8, Paedon Brown posted a thin blue line on Instagram with the hashtag “back the blue” and “blue lives matter”. Obviously this is a rather hot catch in the midst of demands for police reform at the national level.
An Instagram user suggested Paedon call Mariah and have a conversation with her, as Mariah and her girlfriend, Audrey, have been very forthright in supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. Paedon replied, “I love Mariah very much, but we can’t stand each other.
It seems that Audrey had none of that. She replied, “Black lives are important and I can’t believe some of the things you said here”. After quoting Paedon’s comment about his relationship with Mariah, she wrote, “That wasn’t what you thought when you called her crying weeks ago”.
Sister Wives: Meri Shows Her Love
Sister Wives stars Kody Brown and Christine Brown stayed mum about Paedon’s comments on Mariah Brown and her interaction with Audrey. Meri Brown, however, chose Instagram to praise her daughter shortly afterward.
She placed a macro image in her stories that reads: “Having a gay child does not mean you have failed as a parent, denying your gay child means you have failed as a parent.
While this could be seen as a simple comment, it’s probably no coincidence that Meri Brown chose to post it shortly after Paedon made her offensive comment on Mariah Brown.
Mariah Brown had previously posted on Instagram about family, friends and politics. She wrote, “I will no longer be associated with people who think money in their pockets or political associations are more important than my life, than my rights. Remember that if you choose to vote for Donald Trump, you choose not to have me in your life anymore.