VIDEO: New Jersey preschool art teacher, Toyboxdollz, finally responds to backlash and call for he to be fired for wearing tight outfits and having huge curves KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, August 28, 2022

VIDEO: New Jersey preschool art teacher, Toyboxdollz, finally responds to backlash and call for he to be fired for wearing tight outfits and having huge curves

A New Jersey elementary school teacher has been receiving backlash for wearing tight clothes to work.

According to DailyMail, the New Jersey art teacher has posted several photos of herself in skirts, dresses, jeans and tops that show off that hour glass figure on her account.

In one of the videos , the back of some children's heads are visible, but other than that it looks like she’s snapping these pictures when the kids are not in the room.

Earlier this week, we reported on the viral New Jersey preschool art teacher that went viral, after parents called for her to be fired over her “distracting” body. Clapping back, The teacher claims that “the majority of the people defending me in the comments are women.”

The curvaceous teacher took to her Instagram Live and addressed the critics, claiming that the mothers at her school and in her community are her “biggest supporters.” She claims that under all of pages reporting on her story, the mothers are in the comments “going in FOR [her].” She even says some of the mothers write her bosses to thank them for employing her.

During her livestream, the teacher continues to show gratitude for “the amazing amount of support around the globe.” She says she’s happy she gets to do what she loves and teach students about art. She says she hopes to open a non-profit in her community for art therapy. She wants to “make a difference,” and is turning the negativity into a positive.

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