Kendra Wilkinson has been blasted by her brother Colin for paying their estranged father to appear on her show 'Kendra on Top'.
Kendra Wilkinson's brother has blasted her for featuring their father on her reality show.
Colin Wilkinson has called for a boycott of 'Kendra on Top'
and slammed his 29-year-old sibling for paying their estranged dad Eric for appearing on the upcoming show, arguing her decision amounts to ''rewarding a person who has done nothing but cause pain and suffering.''
He wrote on Facebook: ''Kendra has not only PAID my FATHER to appear on her reality show but also took the time to fly to another country to visit him.(sic)''
Colin went to brand Eric ''the biggest coward piece of s**t'' and ''not a man'' for walking out on their family.
He added: ''A man should not leave his family behind because he doesn't feel like raising 2 kids.
A man doesn't leave his family starving and broke. The last time I ever met my dad he locked Kendra and I on his back patio during [Super Bowl] sunday, with no food, water or jackets. Like a couple of homeless dogs.(sic)''
And Eric went on to hit out at Kendra - who has children Hank, four, and Alijah, three months, with husband Hank Baskett - for ''caring about ratings more than her own family.''
He concluded: ''I will always strive to be the exact opposite of what he stands for.''
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