Blake Lively criticized the paparazzi on Friday after her children were “chased” by men with cameras during an outing.
The 33-year-old actress’ post was directed at an outlet that shared pictures taken from the outing.
“My children were being chased by a man [sic] all day,” Lively wrote on her Instagram Story, according to is! News. “Jump out. And then hid. A stranger on the street spoke words to him because it was too disturbing for him to see.”
“Where’s your moral here? I want to know. Or do you not care about the safety of the children?” Live couple.
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Lively asked outlets and paparazzi to stop paying “grown men” to “hide and hunt” children.
“At least, listen to your followers,” the actress continued. “They also understand it’s dark and disturbing that you pay people to chase kids. Please stop paying adults to hide and hunt kids. There are a lot of pictures you can take with kids.” Could have published without. Please remove. C’ mon. Go with the times.”
After Lively’s comments about the paparazzi, supermodel Gigi Hadid urged photographers not to take pictures of her nine-month-old baby girl.
Hadid shared an open letter on her personal Twitter account earlier this month.
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Hadid wrote, “For a child, I can imagine that close or dramatic paparazzi frenzy must be overwhelming and disorienting … it’s still there as an adult who understands and deals with it too often.” “I appreciate you taking the time to read this and hope you can understand where I’m coming from.”