Stacey Solomon forced to hit back at troll who said ‘nobody cares’ about her baking cakes for the homeless
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She's no stranger to being trolled on social media, and now Stacey Solomon has been forced to hit back at a cruel troll who made a remark after she told her fans she was baking cakes for a homeless shelter.
The mum-of-three, who was in tears after watching Georgia Kousoulou's pregnancy reveal, took to Instagram to tell her followers about her good deed.
"It's our homeless shelters Christmas party tomorrow and I've left everything to last minute so I'm panicking," she wrote.
Speaking in her Instagram stories, the 31 year old said: "Oh my gosh sorry I've been so bad on here today, I got back from Loose played with the boys now I'm trying to make holly out of icing and it's not working."
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"I'm going to put my phone in the draw for the night and for tomorrow because we'll be at the shelter and I just wanted to say I hope you have a lovely weekend, I love you loads and I'll see you on Sunday," Stacey shared.
However, in response to her message, a troll said: "nobody cares," and the Loose Women star decided to name and shame them by sharing the screenshot of the message on her stories.
Choosing to see the funny side of it, Stacey said: "Cheers Wilma Happy Friday bubs," along with a crying with laughter emoji.
The singer later showed off the end result of her bakes and added: "And for everyone but Wilma…"
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This comes after the devoted mum blasted a troll who made horrible comments about her one year old son Rex.
Stacey, who stunned in a orange sequin dress while filming Loose Women, said she was unfairly "parent shamed" over videos she shared of her son.
"But just a little note to say…indirectly shaming a parent in any way, is just the worst," she explained.
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"Making them wonder if them or their child is 'normal' is just cruel. EVERY child is different I have three, NONE the same.
"So they are who they are and all parents are just doing their absolute best to love them unconditionally and that is ALL," Stacey wrote in frustration.
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