The Real Reason Lauren Manzo Scalia Won't Post Photos Of Her Daughter Anymore

Yet another reason why haters ruin everything! Bravo star Lauren Manzo Scalia announced on her Instagram stories that she won't be sharing photos of her 3-year-old daughter, Marchese "Markie" Scalia, according to Bravo. We are devastated!

Lauren is the daughter of Caroline Manzo, who was on The Real Housewives of New Jersey and landed the first spin-off show from the series, Manzo'd with Children. The family owns the New Jersey restaurant, The Brownstone, and Lauren runs Cafface Beauty Bar with Caroline's support.

With a history in reality TV, it seems really surprising that Lauren is making the decision to take her daughter off of social media. In March 2020, the proud mom shared a manicure photoshoot on Instagram that featured little Markie blowing her nails dry. It was so cute! The month prior, Lauren shared sweet photos celebrating Markie's birthday. "Happy 3rd Birthday to my whole world!" Lauren wrote to her daughter. Thank you for filling our hearts with so much love every single day! You make life worth living. I love you forever, My Girl."

It seems like there's nothing but endless love towards Markie (which is how it should be!) but apparently, that's not the case.

Lauren Manzo Scalia can't handle online haters

Lauren Manzo Scalia spelled out the reasons why she won't be sharing photos of her daughter, Marchese "Markie" Scalia, on social media anymore. 

"Since so many of you are absolutely insane, mean & don't know how to mind your f**king business...We will no longer be posting photos of Markie on our [I]nstagrams," the New Jersey reality star wrote on her Instagram stories in April 2020. "This includes my extended family on their [I]nstagrams too. Thanks for f**king it up for everyone else," she said (via Bravo).

Lauren's brothers, Albie and Chris, as well as her mom, Caroline Manzo, have all previously shared pics of little Markie on social media, but that's all going to stop now because of trolls and haters. Seriously, who are these people?

Shortly after her announcement, Lauren shared a screenshot of messages from fans begging her to keep posting about Markie. "In [four] minutes all these messages already of people sad I won't be posting Markie. Maybe I should tag all of the a**holes that continue to attack me because [it's] their fault. So sick of all the bulls**t," she said (via Bravo).

While we'll miss seeing Markie's smiling face, we totally respect Lauren's decision to protect her daughter. It's heartbreaking that there are so many haters out there, but it makes sense Lauren wants to shield Markie from that negativity.