Blac Chyna Criticized for Giving Toddler Dream Pink Extensions: She’s ‘Not a Doll’

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Blac Chyna attends VH1 Hip Hop Honors: The 90s Game Changers at Paramount Studios on September 17, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. John Sciulli/Getty Images for VH1/Viacom

Blac Chyna has rocked wigs in every color of the rainbow  — and now the model is turning her attention to her 17-month-old daughter, Dream. The toddler is sporting pink extensions in the same hue her mama wore in January. 

Chyna shared a Wednesday, April 25, Instagram of a smiling Dream wearing the bold hair piece. The 29-year-old, who shares Dream with ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian, captioned the picture: “My beautiful baby girl.” (She has since deleted the post.)

The photo drummed up a fair share of criticism. “She’s not a toy,” wrote one person. Added another: “It’s not necessary and it’s a baby. Not a doll to play to play with.” A third wondered, “Why the pink weave tho?” 

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But many followers came to the former Rob & Chyna star’s defense. As one noted: “Adults on here being haters. The extensions are clip on. She’s beautiful.” Kardashian fans might recall that Dream’s cousin Penelope Disick sported pink tresses in December! 

The mom of Dream and son King, 5, (dad is ex Tyga) opened up to Us Weekly about her love for her children last year. “She’s a really, really happy baby, and that’s what it’s really about about — that my kids are happy, that they’re in a safe environment and they love me and I love them,” Chyna told Us.

Chyna added that King was “obsessed” with his little sister. “Even when I first had her, in the hospital, people were trying to hold her, and King was like, ‘No, give her back to my mom!’” she recalled at the time. “I was like, ‘I’m so proud.’”

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