AceShowbiz - Brielle Biermann is holding on to her opinion that bullying against anyone, including Donald Trump, is not okay. The daughter of Kim Zolciak-Biermann has earned a lot of backlashes after she defended the president against his critics, but she has insisted that she won't backtrack on what she said.
Brielle landed in hot water after she tweeted on Monday, April 6, "This is not political I don't care how I/you feel about trump as a politician but he is a PERSON. 'Running' the country. He has feelings like all of us." She continued, "Do you think someone wants to do the best they can when they're constantly belittled/bullied for everything they do/say?"
Her statement quickly backfired, with one person reminding her, "He wrote the book on bullying, try again." To that comment, Brielle replied, "2 wrongs don't make a right!"
Another commenter asked the 23-year-old reality TV star and social media personality to "just delete" her post, but she refused to do so. "No. I genuinely feel bad for him. And ANYONE WHOS BULLIED. No one regardless of what they've done deserves that. Have a heart," she insisted.
Her responses only drew more streams of backlashes as people think she defended the wrong person. "wonder if she feels bad about the people he bullies," someone mused. Another stated, "Clearly she's Trump supporter. She needs shut her mouth she doesn't understand any of this."
Another reminded her, "Girl bye. Tump literally bullies everybody 24/7. He bullied and mocked a handicapped man at one of his rallies when he was running to be president... " Another came with a message for Brielle's mother Kim to handle her daughter, "Kim come get Brielle before I dog walk her. This is white privilege at its finest."
Brielle seemingly tried to ignore the haters as she changed the topic in her following tweet which read, "Anywaaaaays it's a beautiful day in Atlanta." However, after earning more negative comments, she denied that she's supporting Trump politically, "That is no representation of my political views. I'm simply saying- Obama, trump, whoever!!! Didn't/doesn't deserve the constant hate. The amount of people defending bullying is ridiculous!!"
Kim has not weighed in on the controversy caused by her daughter's statement. Both the "Don't Be Tardy..." stars have mostly stayed away from talking about politics and used their social media accounts to flaunt their lifestyles before Brielle came in defense of Trump.