Former Real Housewives of New Jersey star Dina Manzo may not be in front of Bravo cameras anymore, but she's still causing drama.
Shortly after Kylie Jenner shocked the world with her major birth announcement of her baby girl on Sunday, Manzo fired back with some harsh advice for the new 20-year-old mom.
"Maybe think about putting out a 'don't try this at home' kinda thing for your very young fans that look up to you," Manzo wrote.
As Radar readers know, Jenner had been in hiding for months before announcing the birth of her and Travis Scott's first daughter on Sunday, Feb. 4. She revealed never-before-seen pictures of her pregnant belly and an inside look into her November baby shower in a compilation video.
The shower looked like a typical Kardashian-Jenner affair, with hundreds of pink roses everywhere, and Jenner and her female guests sporting silk pajamas. Manzo, however, wasn't impressed.
"Having a baby at 20 is not all silk PJ's & flower walls," Manzo wrote, adding, "Most kids don't have the $ and support you're fortunate enough to have."
Ouch! Of course, Jenner's loyal fans clapped back at the former housewife, causing her to backtrack a bit.
"Fame like that comes with responsibility to young fans," the former Bravo star explained after admitting she was "sorry" for being judgmental.
"For the very few people that are being negative A) I really meant my congratulations, a birth is always special and B) Talk to me when you're a parent lol," she added with a kiss emoji.
The youngest Kardashian-Jenner has been privately filming all along for a baby spin off show, Radar reported.
Manzo's series of mean tweets came just days after the Bravo mom took to Instagram to reflect on her own first pregnancy. She had her daughter, Alexia, at the age of 22.
"I was freaking out. Every question was racing through my mind," Manzo admitted.
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