MAREN Morris clammed back at a social media troll who ordered her to 'dress appropriately', slamming them on her Instagram page.
The songstress, 31, welcomed a baby in March 2020.
Maren hit back at a cyber bully who ripped her in the comments on one of her posts.
"Please dress appropriate," the troll wrote.
The musician hit back: "RESPECT 4 MOM BOOBZ."
She reposted the exchange on her Instagram Story, adding: "I see this kind of comment a lot on country music accounts at me, sooooo
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She added: "GET OVER IT."
The comment appeared under a photo of Maren on stage.
In it, she stood with her arms crossed above her head wearing a sexy romper and fishnet tights.
She joked in the caption: "Pirouette? Checking my deodorant? Touring? All of the above?
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"Either way, I’m excited to see y’all."
After receiving backlash from both the Texas native and her fans, the troll deleted their comment.
Her supporters had her back, with one commenting: "Looking beautiful."
Another chimed in: "Beautiful as always!"
Maren didn't seem too stressed about the comment.
On Friday, she reposted a 2019 photo from a shoot she did with Playboy.
She posed nude with only a cowboy hat for black and white photos.
The snap she shared showed her sitting with her back to the camera and a small smile on her face.
In the caption, she appeared to address the critic and others sharing similar posts on her and other women's accounts.
Maren wrote: "Before I go into the next album era, I did @playboy in 2019 and got a lot of hate at the time, but I'm the proudest that I showed country female sexuality in its realest form here.
"We are nuanced, we are messy and stretch-marked in the most beautiful way.
She continued: "Don't sleep on us. We tell your down home stories in the most unflinching, gorgeous lane. Don't forget it."
Celebs and fans flocked to the comments to praise both the message and the photos.
"Holy smoke show," Kyle Richards, of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fame, wrote.
Another added: "omg stun."
Leann Rimes commented: "I adore this photo! You look stunning! The ones talking s**t are only DYING to let this side of themselves out. Expression, not repression."
Amanda Kloots chimed in: "Wow wow!"
Body positivity has been a focus of Maren's in recent years.
In April 2021, just over a year after giving birth to son Hayes, she posed in a tiny bikini showing off her figure.
She slammed the pressure on new moms to get their body back after having a baby.
Maren posted the photo proudly, proclaiming that she is a “f**king bada**.”
She captioned the sexy snap: “Tan almost everywhere. Jan almost everywhere. 🌴”
Compliments came pouring in from her Instagram followers who gushed over her “beautiful” photo.
One wrote: “Wow Easy on the Eyes!”
“so gorgeous 🙌 🔥,” added another.
While a third declared: “If this doesn’t look like a QUEEN, then I don’t know what does 💙🙌🏻”
Maren’s caption, which is a quote from The Office, also attracted a lot of attention and laughter.
Early that same month the famous mom, who gave birth to her first child with husband Ryan Hurd in March 2020, shared a thoughtful post about her post-baby body.
Posting a photo of her on a bed, the country singer wrote: “am never saying ‘trying to get my body back’ again. no one took it, i didn’t lose it like a set of keys.
“the pressure we put on mothers to ‘snap back’ is insurmountable and deeply troublesome. you are and always were a f**king badass. and yeah, I’m proud.”
Maren picked up two awards at the American Country Music awards 2021, scooping the top prize for Song of the Year and Female Artist of the Year.
Asked at an awards show why she decided to share the post, Maren wrote: "I think because it was important for me to realize it. And I realized that if I am coming to grips with this realization, I can't be the only one.
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"So, I just realized how unhealthy that was for me and my workout journey – to be like, 'I need to get back to where I was before'– because that's not really the goal.
"That shouldn't be the goal to just sort of erase the fact that you had a kid. And I think that I'm really proud of where my body is right now, even if it's several pounds heavier. It's like I did something that half the population can't do, so I think that's pretty f**king rad."
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