Former 'Real Housewives' Star Brandi Glanville Criticized for Nativity Photo Mocking the Birth of Jesus [PHOTO]
Former "Real Housewives" star Brandi Glanville is being criticized for her "nativity photo" that seemingly mocked the birth of Jesus.
You may remember Glanville for engaging into public social media fights with singer LeAnn Rimes, who "stole" her ex husband, Eddie Cibrian. At the time of the affair, Rimes was still married to her husband of 7 years, Dean Sheremet.
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The whole double cheating fiasco was pretty hot in celebrity news, and it has gone on and off mainly because of the two women. Now, this "insenstive" photo of Glanville probably counts as a negative point for her and is bound to make Rimes laugh, wherever she is.
The photo, which was shared late Friday on social media, showed Glanville "giving birth" to baby Jesus as she squatted over the little baby figure inside a Nativity display. In the Facebook caption, she wrote, "Never forget the reason for the season #sweetchildofmine #gunsnroses #sandiego #oldtown."
While it may seem like a snapshot with a good message, the photo has since been flooded with criticism and comments that quickly got very personal against the reality star.
On Facebook, the top comment with over 400 "likes" reads:
"Brand[i] you look like a nice person, and that's why I like your page. But this is so offensive and out of control, really make me rethink if you are crazy, or only looking for attention. Grow up!!!!!!"
Meanwhile, and as expected, someone decided to drag her ex, Rimes' current husband Eddie Cibrian, into the issue and wrote, "You remind your ex everyday why he was smart to get out sooner than later and give the new wife reasons to sleep well at night. Poor kids. You'll be answering The Most High for this one...pitiful!"
Meanwhile, the photo on Instagram has since been removed, but the corresponding tweet remains. Glanville later wrote, "With friends in SD - calm down," but was soon responded to by a critic with a lengthy tweet that read:
"I love a bit of sarcasm and tongue in cheek jokes - in fact I love it! But being so crass about something like this is disgusting - especially if you are a public figure, wait, actually as any effing human being! And it's not because of my religious beliefs - no religion and something this contentious shld be made fun of. So yes, there are some moments you need to keep some of your opinions to yourself - pretending to give birth to Jesus is definitely one of them. And if this makes me a hater, I'll wear that label with pride. The end."
Some of her fans, however, remained "calm" and continued to express support. One wrote, "Be yourself and ignore the comments. I adore you because you don't hold back. People need to either get over that, or look the other way. That simple."
Another supportive comment read, "Keep being yourself. People on social media are judgy and nuts." And someone else simply said, "I thought it was a funny picture. I appreciate your humor."
Just recently, Glanville attempted to put an end to the issue with a tweet that read, "People need to chill the f*ck out and take a joke."
Do you find Glanville's photo funny or distasteful?