Fans seem to have it out for “Love and Hip Hop: New York” star Alexis Skyy after claiming she neglects her child.
Earlier this week, Skyy was scolded by fans for seemingly never spending time with her 1-year-old daughter Alaiya Grace, who recently underwent brain surgery. The 24-year-old mother took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared a photo of herself donning a form-fitting gold designer dress with rose-embellished metallic leather cage sandals from Dolce & Gabbana that retail for $4,140.
Skyy, who appeared to be at a photo shoot, shouted out her glam team, including her “LHHNY” co-star Jonathan Fernandez, who was on makeup, and hair company Hair So Fly. She captioned the photo of herself, “💋💕 Kens Favorite Barbie💋.”
Critics instantly flooded the reality star’s social media page and bashed her for being “everywhere except” with her child.
“She be everywhere except with her baby,” one person commented underneath Skyy’s photo. “Dang the little girl just had surgery 😩.”
A second person user wrote, “She stay abandoning and not taking care of her baby just to take pictures and party all the time. She leave that baby with her grandma.”
Other fans defended Skyy and suggested attackers fall back.
“Everybody saying Alexis is a bad mom can relax. She gets paid to model and go to clubs 🤷🏽♂️,” a fan said defending the 24-year-old.
“Exactly people wanna hate her so bad,” another supporter chimed in. “She always post her baby.
Skyy’s 1-year-old underwent emergency brain surgery last month to repair a malfunctioning shunt. Baby Alaiya was reportedly vomiting during their entire flight from Atlanta to New York before Skyy rushed her to a hospital. A few days later she updated worried fansto let them know the infant was recovering.
Less than a week after her daughter’s surgery, Skyy, who seemingly earns her living as a socialite, was seen on her way to make an appearance at a nightclub. A non-fan slammed her for doing so and labeled her a “bad mom.”
Skyy, who was fed up with social media scrutiny she was receiving, clapped back, “No bi–h actually I’m on my way to work to provide for my child. … I have a great support system my daughter is good when I’m not working I’m with her.”