Todd Chrisley will not stand for racist trolls but sometimes chooses to handle them with absolute class!
The “Chrisley Knows Best” star shared a beautiful picture of his granddaughter, Chloe, and himself on Wednesday. The photo was intended to spark interest in the latest episode of his podcast, “Chrisley Confessions.” This week’s special guest was none other than his 7-year-old granddaughter, whom he has custody off. Todd often shares his love for the little one on social media and that’s why he won’t let ignorant people get away with ignorant comments about his family.
As we previously mentioned, the picture’s purpose was to promote Chloe’s appearance on the family podcast. “Today I am joined by surprise guest Chloe for a conversation about race and racism in America,” he teased in the caption of his post.
The picture was enough to irritate a racist troll who decided to leave their despicable opinion in the comments section of his post.
“Im sorry I don’t like it marry your own color it really screws up the kids,” the troll wrote.
Chrisley wasn’t going to let the ignorant comment be a stain on his beautiful post. Rather than get angry, the reality star wished that the troll will be touched by the hand of God.
“Hello Patti, I hope that the lord lets you live long enough to see that color doesn’t screw kids up, but ignorance and hate most certainly will, I will pray that God tempers your heart and the[sic] he grants you clarity.”
Todd’s got moves… or something that can be compared to moves! The candid moment was captured by his daughter, Savannah Chrisley, and shared with the world.
“Uhmmm….I’m not sure if he’s my real dad,” Savannah captioned the awkward video.
The patriarch reposted the vid and wrote, “For all my haters… #byekaren.”
One fan compared his moves to the famous Instagram dancer and “RHOBH” star, Lisa Rinna.
“I gave @lisarinna the desire to be better than me at it,” he cheekily replied.
Rinna took notice and commented, “GO TODD GO!!!!!! ❤️”
Todd has been fairly vocal about the demand for justice and racial equality recently and quoted Martin Luther King, Jr. to get his point across. “There comes a time when silence is betrayal.”
“Speak up when you know things are wrong , speak up when someone is being abused , speak up when crimes are being committed , speak up when others may not agree , SPEAK UP,” Chrisley captioned his post.
The Black Lives Matter movement is important to all of us and Todd wants to make sure his fans understand.