Lauren Manzo is setting the record straight on her social media habits in hopes of shutting down rumors and curiosity about her personal life.
It’s no secret that since getting married and having a baby insight into Lauren Manzo’s personal life has been non-existent on social media.
The once open Lauren chose to stop sharing details about her personal life on social media sites like Instagram and Twitter instead wanting to keep the private moments of her life, well, private.
However, fans and haters alike often question why Lauren is no longer so open on social media. Thus sparking rumors that her marriage was falling apart and even rumors that she used a surrogate to carry her daughter.
Now Lauren is finally opening up about why she’s keeping her private life off the internet.
The former Real Housewives of New Jersey staple took to Twitter and made it clear that since she’s no longer on reality TV, she’s keeping her life private instead of flaunting it all over social media like she used to.
“Just keeping certain things in my personal life private since we aren’t on TV anymore. No baby, no hubby, minimal work posts,” Lauren explained.
Adding, “10 years on TV and being open about every personal issue in your 20’s will do that to you.”
As for claims she’s a neglectful mother, Lauren shot back at jabs against her parenting with some sarcasm telling one hater, “I just leave my baby home with a litter box, and I hope for the best. She’s lucky if I change it every few weeks.”
I get Lauren wanting to keep her life offline. I mean we hate on reality stars who share too much of their lives, and we hate on them for not sharing enough. You can’t make everyone happy, and at the end of the day, Lauren has to do what’s best for her and her family.
Thoughts on Lauren’s tweets? Does Lauren’s reasoning for staying off social media make sense? Do you care if Lauren doesn’t post on social media? Why do you think Lauren gets such flack for her parenting skills/style? Are the criticisms against Lauren unfair?
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