Coco Austin, the wife of American Rapper Ice-T, is criticized for wearing a G-string bikini while at a water park with their daughter, Chanel, aged 6. The mom is currently vacating with her family, including her husband, in the Bahamas, and just as she shared a series of poolside photos at Baha Bay Water Park, Coco was accused of dressing inappropriately.
According to the Baha Bay Water Park’s website, visitors at the luxury attraction must adhere to a dress code, including swimsuits and pool attire. It didn’t state G-strings weren’t permitted. But then, some of her fans got angered as they pointed out that the vicinity had other children. One person said: “Your bathing suit is soooo Not appropriate for a water park.”
Another of her followers asked: “So I gotta ask, don’t you ever feel like maybe at a kid-friendly place a G-string is inappropriate? Just curious if you ever feel like that.”
A third commented: “INAPPROPRIATE for a water park.” The criticism continued as some took to the comments when Coco shared another series of photos, explaining that Ice-T had turned into her paparazzi. One said: “It’s disgusting that’s what you think is acceptable to wear around children.” Another urged: “Girl put some clothes on when your child is around, SMH [shaking my head].” Another stated: “You’re at a water park in front of many kids dressed like that!”
Another wrote: “She’s in a bikini in the Bahamas. Why should she have to adjust her clothing because there are kids? While a third stated: “If you don’t like seeing her a**, then don’t look at it. She’s not hurting anyone.” However, this isn’t the first time strangers have slammed Coco. She had been tackled for her parenting skills, especially allowing their daughter to use a stroller.
A photo taken at the Atlantis Resort showed Chanel looking less than enthusiastic as her parents enjoyed shopping. She was seen resting her hand on her head, looking tired and bored.
Fans weren’t impressed, as they narrowed in on the fact that Chanel was still using a stroller well into her childhood. One parent had written: “I have a six-year-old smaller than her, and she hasn’t been in a stroller in years. I would hate for your sweet baby to get bullied or something.” Another said: “Isn’t she like six years old! Should she be out of a stroller by now?” While a third stated: “I know she may be your last baby but you have to let her grow up. If anything, a wagon is more her age.”