JWoww Slams Click Bait Article About Her Son's Autism And Talks About Her Message Of 'Love And Acceptance'

JWoww Slams Click Bait Article About Her Son's Autism And Talks About Her Message Of 'Love And Acceptance'
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JWoww is talking more openly about her son Greyson’s story and intends to use his autism diagnosis only to spread a positive message. That being said, it looks like she was not happy about an article by HollywoodLife even though she was the one to share the news with the outlet for the first time.

While the mother of two updated her fans on the 2 year old’s progress through the site, the main focus of the interview was supposed to be her brand, meant to honor the boy.

The star took to social media to post a pic of Greyson with his ABA therapist earlier today, and in the caption, she expressed her frustration about how the diagnosis news broke.

‘To see his diagnosis as an 'exclusive' to a site broke my heart and also pissed me off. In no way would I 'exclusively tell' some firm about my son, so he becomes click bait... his story's to precious and no article could ever capture that.’

She went on to explain that, since her brand, @naturallywoww is expanding to a kids’ line in honor of her two children – Meilani and Greyson, ‘@naturallywoww and I will be donating a part of its profit to autism organizations helping children like my son... because that is the only message that I intend to spread in my son's name... love and acceptance.’

That is really sweet and such a great way for the mother to use her influence for good.

In another post, she also talked about overcoming obstacles in life, posting some colorings her daughter left for her but also a scripture text from her dad that resonated with her.

JWoww talked about her son’s autism diagnosis before, revealing in an August episode of Jersey Shore that the boy was still not speaking at 2 years old and that they were going to therapy.

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