Honey Boo Boo and sister call out their mom in savage video
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Honey Boo Boo and her sister Pumpkin have posted a savage video to TikTok calling out mom Mama June.
Dancing along to a cover of 'Pretty Boy Swag' by Soulja Boy, the sisters performed for the camera while the video labelled them 'sister who needed a momma' and 'the sister that came in clutch and raised her'.
The girls, whose real names are Alana Thompson and Lauryn Shannon, appeared to call out their mom on TikTok with the video.
And with the caption reading: 'If you mad keep scrolling. Cause yep it’s about you', it seemed pretty clear who the sisters intended the video to be for.
Mama June lost custody of her daughters in 2019 after she was arrested for drug related offences.
Real name June Shannon, she was arrested alongside boyfriend 'Geno' Doak after deputies in Macon County responded to a domestic violence call at a gas station.
Charged with the alleged possession of crack cocaine and other drug related paraphernalia, Shannon avoided ending up in prison.
Doak was sentenced to a year in prison after his charges included alleged possession of a controlled substance and of drug related paraphernalia, along with allegations of third-degree domestic violence.
The video posted by the sisters onto TikTok has gained over 19 million views and attracted plenty of support from fans.
Some revelled in, as they put it, 'the shade' being thrown out, while many others praised Pumpkin for 'stepping up' when her sister needed her the most.
One person wrote that Lauryn was 'doing an amazing job', with another calling her the 'best sister ever' as plenty of others voiced their approval.
After Shannon lost custody of Alana, her daughter was placed in Lauryn's temporary care before that became a permanent arrangement earlier this year.
Under an agreement, June is allowed to call Alana once a day and has to pay $800 a month in child support, while Lauryn has control over visitation rights.
This deal expires with Alana turns 18, and while that time is close, it seems clear that she wanted to pay tribute to the hard work her sister had done towards bringing her up.
And Shannon has also shown her appreciation for her daughter, telling Page Six that she was 'proud' of Lauryn for stepping in.
Earlier this year, Honey Boo Boo had hit back at haters who didn't approve of her relationship with Dralin Carswell.
Her family first found fame after she appeared on reality show Toddlers and Tiaras, before getting her own show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.
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