TEEN Mom fans are “unfollowing” Chelsea Houska for not speaking out about George Floyd’s death.
The reality television star shared a try-on haul on Saturday, which was slammed by fans.
Chelsea, 28, shared an Instagram post of herself wearing a gold blazer from their boutique she works with, Laurie Belles.
The Teen Mom 2 star, who has 5.7 million followers, was blasted in the comments section for not posting about George instead.
One fan wrote: “Disappointed and unfollowed.”
A second commented: “So you literally aren’t going to say anything?”
A third said: “Imagine having a platform to voice concerns that are going on in with today’s world (the same world your children are growing up in) and using it to post about clothes. #yourprivilegeisshowing #cancelled.”
A fourth said: “I’m noticing you literally never speak out about anything you believe in and in this time, your privilege and ignorance is showing. Unfollowed.”
Shortly after her try-on haul, Chelsea posted for George.
The Teen Mom social media accounts have been posting about George’s death and ways that followers can take a stand.
Cheyenne, 27, revealed on Twitter that she had been called several racial slurs after she decided to take a stand with Black Lives Matter protestors and ask for justice after George Floyd’s death.
After Cheyenne called out her Teen Mom OG costars for not taking a stand as well.
She wrote: “As the only black mother on a all white show, your silence has said enough for me. A black man was murdered in front of the world, stop posting click bates & post to make a change. #TEENMOMOG.”