Angelina Jolie Is Forcing Her Wish On Daughter Shiloh & It’s Leaving Brad Pitt Worried?
Angelina Jolie Is Forcing Her Wish On Daughter Shiloh & It’s Leaving Brad Pitt Worried?

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt had formed a happy family even before they married. They’re blessed with 6 children who, in fact, forced them to tie the knot. Post split, the custody remains with Angelina, but the actor has ample facilities to meet his children. But there seems to be trouble now, and it’s related to daughter Shiloh.

Amongst the 6 children, Shiloh is under the media radar every now and then. The 14- year-old recently made a lot of noise over her birthday. Brad celebrated it in a grand manner even amid quarantine. And that has in turn even improved his bond with Angelina.

However, now, reports are rife that Brangelina’s baby girl is gender fluid. However, the Salt actress has been allegedly forcing her to think like she’s a boy. Although Brad Pitt is comfortable and supportive with Shiloh identifying just as she wants, he doesn’t want the decision to be influenced.

A report by Woman’s Day magazine claims the same as, “If Shiloh identifies as a boy, Brad Pitt is behind her all the way. But he also worries that she is under the influence of Angelina Jolie and he would hate for that to make Shiloh’s life difficult as she gets older, especially since she will forever be in the spotlight by virtue of who her parents are.”

Furthermore, the report clarified that Brad isn’t a transphobic dad. And it’s the last thing he wants to be referred with. “But he believes it is within his children’s best interests to keep an eye on how their mother parents them now that they’ve split, whether she likes it or not,” the source adds.

However, there remains no confirmation on the rumours. We don’t know if any of this is even happening at all. What do you guys think?

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