Tattoo-obsessed mother is SLAMMED for covering her one-year-old BABY in fake body art – as critics accuse her of being a ‘bad mom’ who is raising her son to be a ‘gangster’ and a ‘thug’ 

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  • Shamekia Morris, a fashion designer from West Palm Beach, Florida, first started putting temporary tattoos on her son Treylin when he was just six months old
  • The 29-year-old often covers the tot from head to toe with fake tattoos – placing intricate body arts on his stomach, arms, back, and legs
  • Although the tattoos aren’t real, many people online have blasted Shamekia for covering her toddler with the designs, with some branding her a ‘bad mom’
  • She said people have told her that Treylin is going to ‘get shot down in the streets’ or that she is ‘raising him for prison’
  • But the mom-of-one is not going to let her online haters stop her. She said: ‘For the people that judge me, I don’t care because this is a lifestyle that we enjoy’

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A tattoo loving mother is being slammed online for putting fake ink designs all over her one-year-old baby – with critics accusing her of raising him to be a ‘gangster’ and a ‘thug.’

Shamekia Morris, a fashion designer from West Palm Beach, Florida, first started putting temporary tattoos on her son Treylin when he was just six months old.

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She often covers the tot, who has become well known on social media under the username NuggerWorld561from head to toe with tattoos – placing intricate body arts on his stomach, arms, back, and legs.

Although the tattoos aren’t real, many people online have blasted the mom-of-one for covering her toddler with the designs, with some branding her a ‘bad mom.’

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A tattoo loving mother is being slammed online for putting fake ink designs all over her one-year-old baby – with critics accusing her of raising him to be a ‘gangster’ and a ‘thug’

Shamekia Morris, a fashion designer from West Palm Beach, Florida, first started putting temporary tattoos on her son Treylin when he was just six months old

Shamekia Morris, a fashion designer from West Palm Beach, Florida, first started putting temporary tattoos on her son Treylin when he was just six months old

She often covers the tot from head to toe with tattoos - placing intricate body arts on his stomach, arms, back, and legs

She often covers the tot from head to toe with tattoos – placing intricate body arts on his stomach, arms, back, and legs

Although the tattoos aren't real, many people online have blasted the mom-of-one for covering her toddler with the designs, with some branding her a 'bad mom'

Although the tattoos aren't real, many people online have blasted the mom-of-one for covering her toddler with the designs, with some branding her a 'bad mom'

Although the tattoos aren’t real, many people online have blasted the mom-of-one for covering her toddler with the designs, with some branding her a ‘bad mom’

‘I get a lot of backlash, people say I’m raising my son as a “gangster,” a “thug,” they’re not used to seeing a baby with tattoos,’ she told Truly during a recent interview.

The online backlash started before Treylin was even born, when she did a maternity shoot in a tattoo parlor, in which she showed off her own ink designs.

‘When I was eight months [pregnant] I did a maternity shoot with my brothers at a tattoo shop,’ she recalled.

'I get a lot of backlash, people say I'm raising my son as a

‘I get a lot of backlash, people say I’m raising my son as a “gangster,” a “thug,” they’re not used to seeing a baby with tattoos,’ she told Truly during a recent interview

‘I got bullied on social media. All the comments were negative, people were saying my baby was going to be born with a whole bunch of tattoos. He’s going to have skin poison. It was crazy.’

And when she started putting the fake tats on little Trey, her followers were not amused.

She said people have told her that Treylin is going to ‘get shot down in the streets’ or that she is ‘raising him for prison.’

She added: ‘The backlash has been horrible. It hurts my feelings because I know I’m not a bad mom and I get called all types of names. It’s crazy.’

But she is not going to let her online haters stop her.

‘For the people that judge me, I don’t care because this is a lifestyle that we enjoy,’ she continued.

The online backlash started before Treylin was even born, when she did a maternity shoot in a tattoo parlor, in which she showed off her own ink designs (pictured)

The online backlash started before Treylin was even born, when she did a maternity shoot in a tattoo parlor, in which she showed off her own ink designs (pictured)

The mom said people 'bullied her' online, writing that her 'baby was going to be born with a whole bunch of tattoos' or that he was going 'to have skin poison'

The mom said people ‘bullied her’ online, writing that her ‘baby was going to be born with a whole bunch of tattoos’ or that he was going ‘to have skin poison’

And when she started putting the fake tats on little Trey, her followers were not amused

And when she started putting the fake tats on little Trey, her followers were not amused

And when she started putting the fake tats on little Trey, her followers were not amused

She said people have told her that Treylin is going to 'get shot down in the streets' or that she is 'raising him for prison'

She said people have told her that Treylin is going to ‘get shot down in the streets’ or that she is ‘raising him for prison’

But she is not going to let her online haters stop her.  She sad: 'For the people that judge me, I don't care because this is a lifestyle that we enjoy'

But she is not going to let her online haters stop her. She sad: ‘For the people that judge me, I don’t care because this is a lifestyle that we enjoy’

‘If you’re judging someone off of a 30-second video on social media that’s your business, but what you say or think about someone isn’t going to determine what they’re going to be in the future.’

When Shamekia first started putting the temporary tattoos on Treylin, many of her family members weren’t fans.

But now, after seeing her grow her social media following – she has racked up more than 300,000 followers on TikTok – they are nothing but helpful.

‘When I first started tattooing Treylin, my family hated it because they don’t like that I have tattoos. My family was very upset,’ she shared.

‘But now that they see it could be something positive, they love it. ‘Cause when we’re out, he gets a lot of attention and kids really love the tattoos.’

Her sister Dinera added: ‘When Shamekia came up with the idea, I wasn’t down with it, I was totally against it. I did not want her to do that with him.

‘But since I’ve seen where it could take her and Treylin, I didn’t have no issue with it because it turned out to be a positive thing.’

When Shamekia first started putting the tattoos on Treylin, her family members weren't fans.  But now, after seeing her grow her social media following they are nothing but supportive

When Shamekia first started putting the tattoos on Treylin, her family members weren’t fans. But now, after seeing her grow her social media following they are nothing but supportive

Shamekia insisted that Treylin 'loves' the temporary ink designs.  She also said the one-year-old enjoys to dress up in fancy clothes

Shamekia insisted that Treylin ‘loves’ the temporary ink designs. She also said the one-year-old enjoys to dress up in fancy clothes

She said when he sees himself in the mirror, she can tell he is 'feeling himself' since he starts 'dancing' and 'bopping'

She said when he sees himself in the mirror, she can tell he is ‘feeling himself’ since he starts ‘dancing’ and ‘bopping’

Despite all the negative comments, Shamekia is confident that she's a good mom to Treylin, and she has no plans on stopping with the temporary tattoos any time soon

Despite all the negative comments, Shamekia is confident that she's a good mom to Treylin, and she has no plans on stopping with the temporary tattoos any time soon

Despite all the negative comments, Shamekia is confident that she’s a good mom to Treylin, and she has no plans on stopping with the temporary tattoos any time soon

She concluded: 'My opinion of being a great mom is being their cheerleader, being their go-to person, being their best friend'

She concluded: ‘My opinion of being a great mom is being their cheerleader, being their go-to person, being…

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