“It would mean the world to us ... if you would PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE blur [our daughter's] face out of the images,” Gigi Hadid wrote on Instagram. Her viral post is the latest in the never-ending conversation about celebrities, their children and privacy. wapo.st/3f8fS0U

8:38 PM · Jul 29, 2021

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It's a perfectly reasonable request. After Princess Di I view paparazzi very negatively honestly.
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It must be so hard to have everything you heart can desire and one thing goes wrong. Celebrities deserve perfect lives when nothing is difficult or upsetting. Just like everyday peoples lives.
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It’s funny cause sometimes they’ll blur the celebs kid, but not the others around them.
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It's a creepy thing to do to anybody.
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Leave the children of celebrities alone! Blur the images of children, their friends, schools and play areas. These children are innocent victims of our nation’s obsession with celebrity and should be protected. We need federal legislation banning publication of such images!
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Paparazzi provide zero value to the world
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Well, sure not going to retweet this!
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Mandate the paparazzi vaccine.
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Pleased to say I have no idea who “Gigi Hadid” is, and could not care less about pics of her or her kid. Are people’s lives THAT dull?
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