Megan Fox hits back at troll who commented on her topless photo
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It’s 2022, and no one - not a single soul - should be body-shaming women.
But it probably won’t come as a surprise to most that women are still being subjected to unnecessary comments about their physical features - and that doesn’t exclude women in the limelight.
Fox, 36, cosplayed as Zelda in a belated Halloween post alongside Machine Gun Kelly, dressing up in a red bodysuit, gold lace-up boots and a white skirt which showed off her legs, while Kelly posed in beige trousers and a dark green top as Link.
Taking on their new roles very seriously, the pair both showcased pointy ears from beneath their hair, prompting the actor to quip in the caption that she had 'very seriously looked into elf ear modification after this', understandably tagging Grimes.
But one Instagram user took it upon himself to avert his eyes south of her ears.
Focusing Fox’s skirt, which had a slit on both sides right up to her hips, he commented: "All that money and she can’t but a razor. She’s now off my ‘list’.”
It doesn’t really need to be said - but in case anyone reading needs a reminder - no one else should have a say on anyone else’s body hair.
But it turns out that the commenter wasn’t even looking at Fox’s body hair (not that it would matter if she did choose to have that on show), but instead looking at her tattoo.
Fox then quickly shut him down with a sarcastic response.
“Are you mistakenly referring to my tattoo? Either way, I’m devastated to be off your list. Was hoping you’d wife me,” she replied.
And fans of the Jennifer’s Body star were quick to praise her for slamming the troll.
One person called out the comment section, writing: “The comments on here are so disgusting. Our generation shouldn’t be filled with so much hate. You guys killed this,” while another user exclaimed: "CLAP BACK QUEEN."
“LMFAOOOOO SLAY MEGAN,” another said in response to Fox’s comment, while another added: “power move.”
Another tagged Fox following her response, adding: “Someone always being a jerk. Love to see you come back!”
I mean, we’ve got to admit, her reply was all kinds of awesome.
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