Rumer Willis and her cheeks are clapping back at the trolls.
On Friday, the 32-year-old actress posed, all smiles, for a selfie in a stringy yellow bikini on her luxurious lot with her butt on full display in a message to body shamers.
"For the haters….with love and gratitude kindly [kiss] my [a**] , I’ll keep smiling regardless," she captioned the post.
This pic is one of almost a dozen swimsuit photos she has posted in the last week in part to promote the Andie swimwear "Together" campaign, which, according to a press release, wants to "encourage people to safely rejoice this summer together with family, friends and across generations." Willis posed with her mother, Demi Moore, and sisters Scout and Tallulah in different swimsuits.
In other photos, the star appeared carefree and all smiles as she soaked up the sun, so there is no surprise trolls thought they could dim her shine.
Fans flooded Willis's comments, praising her reaction to the body shamers and letting her know how amazing she looks.
"Best. Answer. Ever," one fan wrote.
"Super gorgeous," another person said.
"You go girl live your best life," someone said.
"Your smile is the greatest. Enjoy yourself when you can. We only have one life. Live each day to its fullest while your young. Time sneaks away so quickly. Hugs to you Rumer," another person added.
This is not the first time Willis has taken to social media to shed light on the body shaming she has endured on social media. Just last month, she posted a photo of herself in an orange outfit to her Instagram Stories, accompanied by a typed message calling out people who thought their comments on her body were "helpful."
“I know I don't need to do this but in an effort to spread some awareness and shed some light on body shaming tactics I felt the need to share. After the barrage of some really inappropriate comments left on my pic I posted yesterday I was left really bummed cause I was really enjoying the silly pics I took. It was a weird angle that even made me feel like I looked smaller than I do in real life,” she wrote. “Even though you may think it's your job or even your right to leave your unfiltered thoughts or judgments about my body for me and others to read…it's not.”
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