Motsi Mabuse has had a daughter since 2018. For the "Let's Dance" judge and her husband Evgenij Voznyuk, it was an absolute dream child, as she emphasizes again and again. But one thing was immediately clear to the dancer: her child had no business on her social media profiles. So you can only see the one-year-old girl from behind.
Mabuse have no understanding that some influencers show their children on platforms like Instagram every day. In the podcast "Die Pochers hier!" talked to Amira and Oliver Pocher. "You know what children are like. They have no desire for something like this," explains the 39-year-old and does not think it's right to urge children to have to pose in photos.
Motsi Mabuse is annoyed by "Instagram mums"
The dancer also finds it wrong if children For marketing purposes you can see on the profiles: "If people want to sell any products, that's their thing. What annoys me the most is Instagram moms!" Some even feel that they only had children to present them on Instagram – and not because they had a real desire to have children out of love.
Oliver and Amira Pocher always make it clear how dangerous they find it when children can be seen publicly on social media. In one Instagram-Video that the couple recently released cites the letter from a apparently pedophile man who explains that "his community" is very happy about pictures of celebrity children and sees it as a gesture to be able to use them for their own purposes.
The couple themselves do not share photos of their son on platforms such as Instagram and, among other things, calls with the video that other parents should not do that either. Above all, "celebrity parents who market their children and show them in all possible poses" should take this to heart, they explain Pochers in her Instagram post.