Former Liverpool star Steven Gerrard has come under fire from fans after posting about an extravagant gift for his daughter on Instagram.Father-of-four Gerrard gave his six-year-old daughter Lourdes an 18-carat rose gold i Pad for her birthday. 'Andy Nicholls agreed with his statements, writing: 'My all time legend and I will continue to support you, but so very disappointed with this post.'Theonlymod added: 'Talk about gloating man..of the Liverpudlians are in poverty!Allegedly, pedophiles play, send messages & "groom" kids to play in a sexually suggestive manner.I read about this in article and it seemed like paranoia, but you can't be too sure these days. SERIOUS WARNING for anyone with kids who love to play in virtual gaming sites on their phones, i Pads & computers!!!We will continue to search the web and bring you the best desktop and mobile webcam sex sites as they come online.We'll also keep our eyes on the i Pad and Android webcam sex markets as more and more cam sites adopt HTML5 compatible video streaming.' while Dan Bower added: 'Hate all these shameless endorsements...really going down in my estimations @stevengerrard.' However, many people rushed to Gerrard's defence, highlighting his charity work and long career.Anne Mc Gaughey wrote in response to another critical post: 'You're so wrong.
Iain Morrison, 33, from Hull, was shocked to see the messages pop up within 15 minutes of starting up his son’s IPad when he decided to have a look at the “seemingly innocent” game after reading an article about it online.He has a foundation and works very hard with those in Liverpool less fortunate than himself.He can spend his money how he likes on his children who are his world as it should be.' Adam Calver also responded to a critic, saying: 'You narrow minded b*****d.The former Hull KR player said he believes the game – dubbed the new Minecraft which is aimed at children aged between eight and 12 years old – is being used by adults looking to meet up with children.Like similar warnings in the news, Morrison’s began as a Facebook status post.He has his own foundation to raise money for disadvantaged kids!