Teen Mom Chelsea Houska demands fans be 'kind' after trolls trash her new house as 'ugly' and slam her home decor line

TEEN Mom Chelsea Houska has called on fans to "be kind" after fans bashed her "ugly" South Dakota farmhouse and slammed her decision to name her new home decor line after her daughter.

The mom of four shared a meme on Instagram which read: "A lot of people need someone to be kind to them today."


Chelsea added a series of white hearts to the post.

In early October, the 29-year-old took to the home's Instagram to let her followers know how far along construction is in the home she will soon share with husband Cole DeBoer and their kids.

She wrote: "When was the last time I showed the exterior? My dad went out and got some really awesome drone shots the other day and I HAD to share.

"I just love it. Crazy to think how close we are to being done!!"



But fans were not impressed with the all-black exterior, and took to the comments section to share their opinions.

Responding to one fan, she wrote: "The whole point is that it sure isn't going to be for everybody, but it is for US. I encourage people to make bold decisions they love and not worry about other opinions."

The Teen Mom 2 star also shared a sweet photo with her oldest daughter, Aubree, 11, and wrote: "Say hello to… Aubree Says 🌞 I’ve been working on my very own home goods line and I’m so excited to announce it’s HERE!"

But fans called the business launch a "bad move," and one fan said: "Why the hell would you wear a sweater with Aubree Says on it lol."



Chelsea and Cole have been building their farmhouse since March and by mid-June the windows and roof had been completed.

The home's location was also the same spot where the couple confirmed that they are expecting a baby girl as part of a gender reveal party.

Chelsea and Cole share daughter Layne, one, and son Watson, three, as well as 10-year-old daughter Aubree whom she welcomed with her ex-boyfriend, Adam Lind, on the reality television series, 16 & Pregnant.

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