“That child was so scared y’all,” says Naquavia in her video.
The scare tactic did work, and she says that her daughter has been left alone since.
In a follow-up video Naquavia made, she says that the police were called after she punched the bully’s mother but that there were no charges pressed against her.
“You know why I didn’t go to jail?” Naquavia asks her viewers. “Because that parent was allowing her child to bully my child.”
Although she received some criticism from more conservative TikTok users, Naquavia received a lot of support for sticking up for her daughter.
“You’re not wrong,” commented one user. “Because if we won’t stick up for our kids, who will?”
To view the original TikTok video, visit the link here.
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