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We’ve seen it before, and as long as there are internet trolls, body shamers and haters in the world, we’ll see it again. But that doesn’t mean that when those miserable people attack that there can be no retaliation. Ask Maren Morris, who just shut down the haters with her own confidence and joy.




After the diminutive diva with the super-sized voice finished her set in Camden, New Jersey, she settled in to watch the “ACM Honors” show, which aired September 15. But she also got on social media, and apparently spotted some unkind remarks, including comments about her choice of outfits for the event.

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However, Maren had the ultimate response. Actually … she had three killer comebacks.

On her Twitter page, Maren shared three different posts. In the first, she featured a photo of herself with hunky and talented hubs-to-be, Ryan Hurd, and addressed the message directly to him, writing, “Hey, while prudes are bitching about my clothes, let’s make babies. :)”

Of course, that comment got a roar of approval from fans, including a Kacey Musgraves fan page:

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But Maren wasn’t finished. She added, “Honestly, I’m over the slut-shaming that goes on here. I’m a self-sufficient woman who loves her body. Get over it, thanks. :)”

It appears as if many of the negative comments were removed after Maren spoke up, but it’s obvious that after she voiced her thoughts, she let it go. And that might be because she knows who her fans are, and who her biggest fan is. In fact, someone caught a photo of Ryan jamming out to her performance of “Rich,” and there’s something so incredibly heartwarming about his enthusiasm and her emotion that makes the haters not matter. At. All.

Maren, if you’re reading …we totes encourage that baby-makin’ thang …

Maren Morris has the ultimate comeback for social media body shamers Photo by Jason Davis/Getty Images for SiriusXM
Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development in the past. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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