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Jessie James Decker has absolutely no tolerance for trolls.
After some social media users slammed her children's athletic physiques in a Nov. 26 Instagram image, the "Should Have Known Better" singer clapped back in the comments, writing, "It's a sad world where we live today when we have healthy, fit kids who are super active, exercising, building muscle naturally is 'strange'."
The photo in question shows Jessie and her NFL star husband Eric Decker's daughter Vivianne, 8, and sons Eric Jr., 7, and Forrest, 4, wearing swimsuits that show off their toned abs. The picture was taken during a Thanksgiving holiday in the tropics.
"That doesn't look right...sorry not sorry," one Instagram user wrote of the kids' abs, while another user called them "weird."
“From one mother to another. Please don't call my kids looks weird just because they don't look like you think they should," Jessie added in another comment. "It's unfriendly."
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However, not everyone was critical of the children's physique. Selma Blair, who competed against Jessie on Dancing With the Stars season 31, praised the little ones and wrote: "I love that smile. The strenght. Like in their bodies.
Jessie's DWTS pro partner Alan Bersten also chimed in, joking, "How can they all have a better body than me????"
The 34-year-old - who tied the knot with Eric in 2013 - has previously called out her own online body shammers, telling fans she found out about a Reddit page that, as she described, "fakes me every day tears."
"They talk about how apparently fat I've gotten and how edgy and how awful my body looks and they accuse me of editing my body and all those things," Jessie said in a 2021 Instagram story awful and I just can't believe this is still happening in the world, that people are doing this."
Shocked and disbelieving at the comments, the Eric & Jessie: Game On alum shared that she used to obsess over her weight but has since decided to "just let myself live."
"I exercise and I eat what I want and I'm 100 percent 10 pounds heavier than I used to be," Jessie admitted. “I used to weigh about 115 and I'm not anymore. I eat what I want and I'm happy with it. But when you blog and write stories and bully me about how much weight I've gained and how fat are my thighs, I take it on the offensive because what's the message you're sharing?"
She continued, "It's mean and it's bullying and it's not okay and I hope my daughter doesn't grow up in a world where people do this to her because it's wrong and I think we all do." have to do better.”
Jessie James Decker
American country pop singer

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