Maddie Ziegler Makes a Plea For People to Stop Bullying Her Sister Kenzie
Don't mess with Maddie Ziegler's little sister. The former Dance Moms star took to Instagram over the weekend to talk about how people have treated Kenzie online.
"My sister is my best friend in the whole world," Maddie began her message, which she published on her Instagram story. She then proceeded to discuss something she said had been on her mind lately.
"It absolutely breaks my heart to see the hatred [Kenzie] receives on a daily basis," she wrote. "Yeah, we all make mistakes, but guys, she's a teenager !!! She's a guy who's going to screw it up and she keeps learning and growing."
Maddie also told people to stop comparing Kenzie to her. "She is her own person," wrote Maddie. "And that's not just new, it happens her whole life. She has her own identity, her own personality. She shouldn't be able to meet these 'expectations'. She is perfect as she is."
The dancer ended her message by writing, "It just has to stop. I'm tired of seeing the hatred. It pains me to see the state it puts her in."
This all comes a few weeks after Kenzie went live to talk about a video where Kenzie's ex Ashton Arbab reappeared and said an offensive word. While Kenzie is no longer with Ashton, she is the one who posted the video, despite recently claiming that she "didn't know he was saying that word".
In the comments of the video posted on @TikTokRoom, people seem to be defending Kenzie, saying that it's not her fault and she shouldn't be the one to blame. "He's an ex for a reason and why is she standing up for him, he should apologize, not her," wrote one person. Even so, it seems like Kenzie had gotten a lot of hatred lately, enough to make Maddie feel like she had to speak up. Hopefully people get the news and back off.
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