Parents Criticized For Force-Feeding Toddler To Create Viral Food Videos

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The parents had set up an account on social media in 2019 where they would upload Pei Qi’s eating videos of fried chicken, hamburgers, sausages, instant noodles and grilled meats.

The parents of a three-year-old toddler in China are receiving a slew of backlash for force feeding their child a ton of food – all in an attempt to gain followers, likes and views.

The parents had set up an account on the Chinese social media, Xigua Video, in 2019 and they would often take to the platform to upload Pei Qi’s eating videos of fried chicken, hamburgers, sausages, instant noodles and grilled meats, reportsĀ Daily Mirror.

In several videos, the child is often heard begging her parents to stop feeding her, but they never stop. The parents, who have reportedly tried to make Pei Qi weighing 77-pounds, reach up to 110-pounds and in the process earn a few dollars through the viral videos.

Pei Qi’s parents have denied such allegations saying that their daughter is in a ‘healthy state’ and the videos were done for fun.

A human rights organisation working towards the rights of women an children have taken up the matter for further investigation. The social media account has also been suspended.