The Internet Criticizes Moana-Themed Party Jessica Simpson Threw For Her Son

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You will always find people who have something to say when it comes to parties – even kids parties!

Critics will show up to spoil the fun – regardless of what you do or say. Recently, people had a lot to say about Jessica Simpson’s birthday bash for her son, Ace.

Jessica threw a Moana-themed party for her son, who celebrated his 4th birthday alongside his favorite Disney characters. Moana, Maui and even chicken Heihei made appearances at his party!

After some pictures of the party were shared on social media, a lot of people couldn’t help but notice Ace’s sister, Max, in all of her family-fun photos.

The girl managed to steal her brother’s thunder with her sassy poses but nobody is impressed by it.

Critics have left comments such, with one saying, “Why is her 5 yr old daughter wearing makeup and posing with duck lips??!!”

Another says, “Her daughter is already making the trout pout. It’s not cute.”

The little girl’s got high wedges on. What’s that all about at her age?,” snarked another person under her photo share.

That is the second pic that I have seen in the past week of her giving pouty lips to the camera, and it’s not cute. Unfortunately, I think it is indicative of the type of values being instilled in this beautiful child,” complained another Instagram user.

Kids often copy what they see from their Mom and Dad, so can you fault the little girl from wanting to be just like her mom?

Max was not the only thing that people were complaining about. People also found fault with the gift bags and decided to shame Jessica over those as well.

More rich kids giving to other Rick kids. Whoopee!! Like any of them do without anything. I’d like to See those toys going to a charity that give to kids that have nothing,” writes one commenter under the photo of little Ace sitting around the many gift bags. “Not impressed!

A bunch of people jumped to her defense, saying that it’s not excessive for hosts to show appreciation to party guests and she and the family do a lot for others, too.

“he’s giving away “goodie bags” to his friends as a thank you for coming to his party. Pretty normal “party protocol” if you ask me. What’s not normal is shaming a child for doing so. He is doing something wonderful. He’s showing appreciation.” said one commenter.

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