Jenni 'JWoww' Farley Blasts Internet Trolls After They Question Her Parenting

Jenni "JWoww" Farley Sounds Off on Internet Trolls
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Lesson #1: Don’t mess with Jenni “Jwoww” Farley when it comes to her family.

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The former Jersey Shore star took to Instagram to share a sweet, summer moment of her husbad Roger Mathews and son Grayson. In the photo, the father-son duo are seen in the pool, soaking up some sun and enjoying one another’s company.

Some followers, however, weren’t so impressed with the photo. Many responded, expressing their concern that the couple was endangering their son by not putting sunscreen on him, or keeping him in the sun for too long.

JWoww wasted no time getting back at the haters. “Not even sure why I am even doing this but I feel like schooling people on my previous post. First off, my son is two months and in a salt water pool up to his belly…Probably for a total of three minutes," she wrote. "But second is where I need to really educate trolls… Let me explain to the haters that decided to comment about no sunscreen and the dangers bla bla bla.”

She explained herself further, writing “My son actually does have sunscreen on. It’s the same concept as diaper cream."

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See the full troll-bashing post below:

 

Not even sure why I am even doing this but I feel like schooling people on my previous post. First off, my son is two months and in a salt water pool up to his belly... Probably for a total of 3 minutes. But second is where I need to really educate trolls... Let me explain to the haters that decided to comment about no sunscreen and the dangers bla bla bla My son actually does have sunscreen on. It's the same concept as diaper cream. Probably even better than the crap shit you lather your children in. Remember ass holes im in the tanning industry and pride myself on knowing this. So, here is what I mixed for my son so I know for the 2 minutes he would be safe: Coconut Oil- SPF 4-6 Zinc Oxide SPF 2-20 depending on how much used Carrot Seed Oil – SPF 35-40... Go enjoy your Sunday now

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