Carmit Bachar asks Nicole Scherzinger to help stop trolls | Music

Carmit Bachar has called on Nicole Scherzinger to intervene after her daughter became the victim of online bullying.

The Pussycat Dolls star has asked her former bandmate to write a message for her fans after they allegedly flocked to the 10-year-old’s own Instagram account to share “hateful” comments about the youngster’s famous mother.

Speaking after Nicole performed at the Atlantis Concert for Earth in Portugal, Carmit wrote on Instagram: “Congratulations on your recent performance @nicolescherzinger.

“Please tell the many fans of Sheree who are harassing and bullying my child by tagging her and writing hateful comments about me under her posts to STOP immediately.

“It is beyond disrespectful, dangerous and obscene.”

This isn’t the first drama between the couple to play out on Instagram.

In January, Nicole announced that the Pussycat Dolls had canceled their reunion tour due to rising cases of COVID-19, but Carmit and his bandmate Jessica Sotto later said they only learned of the news through a message from the Poison hitmaker’s singer on Instagram.

They wrote in a joint statement on their own Instagram Stories: “We want to say how incredibly disappointed we are to learn of the announcement made on Instagram about the cancellation of the Pussycat Dolls reunion tour.

“So far there has been no official announcement about it. (sic)”

The bandmates admitted they had “big dreams” for “all our voices to be heard” and until the tour ended they insisted “this is not the end of the Dolls story”.

They added: “Either way, it feels like this is the end of a chapter of an incredible, life-changing experience full of wonderful memories that we will always be grateful for.

“To the fans: we love you. Believe me, this is not the result we were hoping for. We wanted this as much as you did because we appreciate you all so much and it hurts that you had to wait so long for a response, but unfortunately it is out of our control.

“We all had big dreams to grow this brand, especially to make music so that all of our voices would be heard, which would be true empowerment for women.

“Thank you to all the fans who unconditionally supported us and love us endlessly. We will always cherish the essence of what the true definition of being a Pussycat Doll is. This tour may have come to an end, but it’s not the end of the Dolls story. We have created a sisterhood that will live on.”

The postponed tour was originally scheduled to take place in 2020, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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