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Country Singer Claps Back After Being Accused Of Photoshopping Abs Onto Her Young Kids

Jessie James Decker's vacation photo on Instagram drew accusations she'd edited her children's bodies.

Jessie James Decker
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Country singer Jessie James Decker hit back at trolls who accused her of Photoshopping abs onto the bellies of her kids in an Instagram photo.

The singer–who is married to one-time NFL wide receiver for the Denver Broncos Eric Decker–posted a photo of their three children—Vivianne age 8, Eric Jr age 7 and Forrest age 4—in their bathing suits during Thanksgiving in Mexico.

She captioned the photo:

"Vacation Decker Style."

The innocuous snap was met with some complimentary comments.

One user wrote:

"These littles are shredded!"

Another said:

"These abs on these babies, tho!!! I gotta step my game up! Lol"

One Instagrammer expressed envy.

"How do they all have better bodies than me?????"

But it was the disparaging comments that prompted Decker to respond to people who shamed her for allegedly editing the bodies of her kids.

Here is the photo.

Deeply concerned users weighed in after making an assumption concerning the physiques of the singer's kids.




Decker responded to one critic:

"From one mother to another. Please don’t call my children’s appearance strange just because they don’t look the way you think they should?"
"It’s unkind️."

She replied to another comment:

"It’s a sad world we live in today when having healthy fit kids who are super active, play sports [and] build muscle naturally is ‘weird.'"

She replied to a third:

"Yeah I used an ‘ab’ app on my small children wtf."

Some users supported Decker and called out the trolls.





One Instagrammer insisted the haters stop making comments about kids bodies in general.

The user wrote:

"It could make them feel bad, or a child that looks differently feel bad."
"How about commenting that they look like they are having fun, and don't worry about weight or how fit one appears."

Well said.