Jessie James Decker hits back at mom-shamers as she rocks a black bikini in sizzling snaps

Jessie James Decker has been the subject of criticism from mom-shamers in the past, but the country singer and mother of three isn’t afraid to hit back. Recently, Jessie took to Instagram to share a series of sizzling snaps in which she rocked a black bikini, and while many of her fans lauded her for her toned physique, others were quick to criticize her for showing off her body as a mother.

In response to the criticism, Jessie posted a message to her followers about body positivity and self-love. “I’m proud of my body and my curves,” she wrote. “I’m proud of who I am and who I’ve become, and I’m not going to let anyone tell me I’m anything less than perfect just the way I am.”

Jessie has long been an advocate for body positivity and self-love, frequently encouraging her fans and followers to embrace their bodies and love themselves just the way they are. In recent years, she has also become a voice for mothers who are struggling with body image issues after giving birth.

In an interview with People magazine earlier this year, Jessie revealed that she had suffered from postpartum depression after the birth of her third child, and that it had taken a toll on her body image. “After my third baby, I felt like I had lost myself,” she said. “I wasn’t feeling sexy or confident, and I was comparing myself to all these other women on social media who seemed to have it all together.”

But despite the challenges she faced, Jessie never gave up on herself. Instead, she worked hard to regain her confidence and love her body just the way it is. And in doing so, she has become an inspiration to countless women around the world who are struggling with their own body image issues.

In her recent Instagram post, Jessie hit back at the mom-shamers who criticized her for showing off her body in a bikini. But more importantly, she reminded her followers that self-love and body positivity are two of the most powerful tools we have to fight back against the negativity that surrounds us.

“At the end of the day, I’m proud of who I am,” she wrote. “I’m proud of my body, and I’m not going to let anyone tear me down.” And that’s a message we could all stand to hear a little more often.

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