Yolanda Hadid is drowning in hot water over the revelation of her daughter Bella Hadid that she had her nose repaired at the age of 14.
Twitter users are calling the former supermodel for letting her relatives go under the knife at such a young age, with some even going so far as to call her a bad mother.
“Yolanda is… I’m sorry but she is a terrible mother. She encouraged eating and disordered eating disorders in the name of “maintenance” in both of her girls and let her baby daughter just out of preteen undergo cosmetic surgery ?? “wrote one user of her. Twitter.
“Yolanda is a ghoul who has done an absolute number on her children, and whatever Bella is ready to admit is now her choice,” commented another, “but it’s important that young women who read this (and stick to it) to the same overwhelming standards) to understand that the rest is not just ‘face tape’ “.
Others criticized the former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 58, for making Bella cancel her Palestinian heritage in favor of a “white” appearance.
“Yolanda really married a Palestinian man, then she got mad at her children for having the characteristics to prove it,” tweeted a user of Yolanda’s past marriage to Mohamed Hadid.
“The way Yolanda would consistently describe [Bella’s sister] gigi as her “perfect ralph lauren all american girl” who has more of her Dutch genes than her father’s Palestinian genes, highlights how ingrained beauty standards are with white and Eurocentric traits, “tweeted another.” I want to give Bella a big hug. “
Bella, now 25, admitted in her Vogue cover story that she regretted her rhinoplasty because it represented her family history.
“I wish I had kept the nose of my ancestors,” he said. “I think I would have grown up on it.”
It was the first time Bella admitted to having had plastic surgery, as she had previously denied it citing puberty as the cause of her face change.
“People think I totally fucked up with my face because of a picture of me as a teenager looking puffy. I’m pretty sure you don’t look the same now you did at 13, right? he told the magazine.
“I’ve never used putty. Let’s put an end to this. I have no problem with it, but it’s not for me. “