‘Dance Moms’ Abby Lee Miller Pretends Nothing Happened, Calls Moms Crazy Despite Being Labeled A Racist
Viewers are now reacting over “Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller’s decision after, once again, hurting a child’s feelings. Did Nia and Holly Frazier deserve to be treated that way? Read on for more details.
After seeing Nia Frazer ending up first place while Kalani Hilliker at third at the Dance Kids USA competition, Abby Lee Miller just suddenly changed the rules that she previously implemented, saying there was no longer an assurance that Nia would perform solos at the Nationals.
Obviously, this led Holly Frazier to react negatively saying it was no longer surprising to see if Miller changes the rules when Nia wins.
Other fans also echoed Holly’s sentiments, with one stating that it’s obvious racism.
Another even called it vile.
Bustle writer Caitlin Gallagher also agreed with what others felt. She suggested that the “Dance Moms” coach should not have made Nia and Kalani compete against each other if she never really wanted Nia to compete at the highly anticipated Nationals in the first place.
Furthermore, Gallagher really doubted Miller giving Nia solo at the event. This would also give the other dancers no reason to respect Miller’s authority.
“Even though – like Abby – I thought Kalani was the stronger dancer at the Dance Kids USA competition, I believe in playing by the rules and leading by example – something Abby clearly doesn’t excel at,” Bustle noted.
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Despite these grievances that various followers all over the United States of America and the whole Twitter world were saying, Miller seemed the least affected of it all. She thanked a fan over the social media platform, saying her “hahaha’s,” promoting “Dance Moms,” and others.
Well, it seemed no one inside and outside of the show can do anything against it since Abby Lee Miller leads the Lifetime reality series. Will she always have it her way on “Dance Moms?”
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