Being on social media is more important than hitting the books for one British mom.
Carla Bellucci, a woman from Hitchen, a town in Hertfordshire, England, who became infamous for fake depression to get a free nose job, believes she would rather have her own children become famous than become professionals.
According to the British sunBellucci said “books are boring” and criticized teachers for not virtually teaching Zoom during the pandemic, noting that educators would not teach her children, and neither would they.
Bellucci said her children – 15-year-old daughter Tanisha and 12-year-old son Jayden – get up late and spend much of their day playing computer games or posing for Instagram photos.
“The only thing Tanisha has read since the shutdown, its Instagram updates and the only math she has done is calculate how many more followers she has on Instagram,” Bellucci told Sun. “She’s not interested in school work and I’m not going to push her.”
Bellucci – who is no stranger to social media herself and is an “ Instagram model ” – said her children had to get a lot of schoolwork at home when the pandemic hit. But soon, their friends’ parents complained about how long it would take their children to work on essays, lessons, and projects.
Infuriated at the amount of schoolwork her children had to go through, Belluci told her descendants to “put it in the corner” and said she couldn’t bother teaching her children at home.
My motto is, “Why bother? “And I meant it,” she said. “If teachers can’t bother giving classes on Zoom so that all children can watch them live, I won’t replace them.”
So instead of teaching her kids languages and math, Belluci trained her kids about what she knows best – gaining exposure on social media.
The mother with the free nose job claims that her children helped her career by taking pictures of her. She feels that her children have grown up and are focusing more on ‘good’ careers like ‘TikTok, YouTube or Insta stars’.
“It makes sense – they’re smart kids, but they’re not smart books,” says Bellucci.
The attention-seeking mother is well aware of her critics who think she is a bad mother.
“They want to kick off because I had a free nose job on the NHS and now the NHS is under pressure, but it’s not my fault,” she told the sun. “I’m a wonderful mom and I know what my kids want … I don’t regret it and I don’t care what people think; they’re just jealous.”
The sun reported Belluci pretended to be depressed to have a nose job paid for by the UK National Health Service. The mommy model appeared on ITV’s This Morning program, admitting she “ milked the system ” to get her surgically manufactured schnoz.