Erica Dixon Makes Bombshell Confession About Her Twin Babies -- Embrii And Eryss -- Lil Scrappy's Ex Engages In Heated Debate With 'Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta' Fans

Erica Dixon Makes Bombshell Confession About Her Twin Babies -- Embrii And Eryss -- Lil Scrappy's Ex Engages In Heated Debate With 'Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta' Fans
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Erica Dixon has landed in a whole heap of trouble after making a surprising confession about her twins.

The reality TV star and model recently took to her Instagram page, where she shared a few adorable photos of her baby girls -- Embrii and Eryss -- looking cute as a button as they sit in a car seat and playing with their pants.

Via the caption, the mother of three explained the following about the cute babies: "There newest thing is pulling their pants up. They must want a whooping early, lol. Jk. And their hair…. child that's a whole story by itself. Let's just say they had a long day. Oh, can all of you guess who is who???"

The Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta star also decided to make the revelation that her daughters are not vaccinated.

She explained: "My twins are eight months now. Never been vaccinated and have never been sick."

Those who are part and against the anti-vaccination movement jumped in Erica's comment section to debate the matter.

One person said: "I'm assuming she plans on homeschooling because they can't go to school without vaccinations."

Another commenter explained: "ALL STATES have to accept medical vaccination waivers. However, personal and religious vaccines vary from state to state. Preventive vaccines are treated like peanut allergies or any other life-threatening allergy: they can't ban a child from school just because they can die from getting a vaccine."

This parent had this to say: "Not true! All parents can get a medical waiver, and some states allow exemptions for personal or religious reasons. My kids have exceptions for medical because of life-threatening responses to specific vaccines and still go to school. They treat them the same as if a child had a peanut allergy - they don't ban them from school because of it."

This mom went after Lil Scrappy's ex by saying: "I just would like to know if they've been in daycare yet? Or have they been around other children? Playgrounds? Malls? As long as they ain't around nobody else baby, she good. I, on the other hand, would never. Love it when people think they smarter than modern medicine. I don't want to see any "pray for my babies" posts either."

This social media user revealed: "It baffles me about how many people are misinformed about what our bodies can and can't do. As if our bodies weren't meant to withstand the elements. Lol, that's why they start going after our food. I really wish people would educate themselves instead of trying to force their ignorance down our throat. You can def go to school and travel without vaccinations. Google does wonders about that as well as having a good immune system."

What are your thoughts on a parent's decision not vaccinate their baby?

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  • Moonie
    Moonie Jan 20, 2020 3:44 PM PST

    I think a parent has the right not to vaccinate if they so choose. I vaccinated my children against measel, mumps, ruebella, polio, etc. When something new came out I held off. I didb"t vaccinate my son for chicken pox because by the time it came out he"d already had it. He caught it from my sisters kids. When my daughter came along there was talk about the pox vaccine causing autism before age three. My friend who had a child under three that had gotten it was diagnosed with autism. I held off on that shot until my daughter was over age three. Even if you are someone that doesn't vaccinate and your child gets sick, I will still pray for your baby when you ask.

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