- Linda Mtoba has taken to Twitter to ask fans to not take pictures of her daughter
-The actress has not shared any pictures showing her daughter's face on social media
- Twitter agrees with Linda Mtoba that trying to steal pics of her baby is inconsiderate
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Actress and new mum Linda Mtoba has gone to Twitter to ask fans not to try steal pictures of her baby girl.
Linda said she has no issues with people who come to greet her as she is a friendly baby.
She wrote, "Travelling with Bean and people trying to steal pics of her is the worst. I have no issues with coming to greet her, she's a very friendly baby. But stealing pics is low. Stop that."
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The actress has not shared any pictures showing her daughter's face on social media since giving birth last year.
Many fans on Twitter seemed to get where the actress was coming from, one user wrote, "People will always cross the line so just say no to them even greeting. Because you’ll be a nice person next thing your baby is trending. They will do anything for likes and retweets."
Another user said that people can be so inconsiderate, "To think they’d also want the same privacy afforded to them if they needed/wanted it but don’t wanna give it to you."
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