Houghton’s lesson in “online etiquette” came after his wife gushed about their 3 year marriage on Instagram.
“3 YEARS,” Bailon captioned a video of herself kissing her hubby in front of the Eiffel Tower August 11. “@israelhoughton. The best yes. 11:11. I love you more than ever. #HappilyEverHoughton.”
However, as noted by InTouch Weekly, one user noted: “Three years and no kids,” along with two sad emojis.
Houghton fired back at the commenter: “Tyson, my brother. Do you really want this smoke right now?” he began. “I’m gonna let you go and find something worth worrying about. In the meantime, and in between time: May I suggest perhaps an online etiquette class? Couple things you don’t inquire about — women’s age, women’s weight and as someone eloquently put it in these comments — unless invited STAY OUT of a women’s uterus.”
srael then advised the troll to “find a girlfriend or a wife and worry yourself to your hearts content about her pregnancy journey and plans.”
Adding, “By the way, when we do announce a pregnancy, I expect nothing but polite well wishes from you. If you’re planning anything other than that, thou shalt be blocked life. May the Lord God bless you real good as you go find a good thing/wife. Thanks.”
Adrienne previously opened up about her struggles with getting pregnant in September 2018.
“It isn’t what I thought it would be,” she said on an episode of “The Real” when cohost Loni Love asked about her journey to become a mother. “I think so many people are very insensitive to that, in the sense [that] I know you guys are like, ‘Is she pregnant? Her face is fuller.’ FYI, I’ve always had a really chubby face so that’s not what it is.”
Adrienne added: “I think as an audience, we should be sensitive to the fact that everybody doesn’t get pregnant right away,” she said. “I think for myself, I thought it would happen so easily for me, and it just hasn’t happened that way,” she shared.
“I’ve had to come to peace with that it’ll happen when it’s God’s timing, and I believe in that, and I have faith in all of that. But it can be really discouraging, and it can be really frustrating.”