People Are Mom-Shaming Jenna Dewan Tatum For A Photo She Posted

"If you don't have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all." That's what most of us were taught while growing up, right?  

Well, it seems like for most people that saying went in one ear and out the other. There have been multiple instances of people on the internet sharing their opinions about someone else's choices, and they usually don't have nothing nice to say.

Celebrity moms are often the target of online mommy-shamers because they tend to give their large amount of followers a glimpse into their private lives.

Actress and World of Dance Judge Jenna Dewan Tatum is this week's victim.

The mom posted a photo to her Instagram page and a lot of other parents were not happy about it because showing her body in this manner could negatively impact her 4-year-old daughter, Everly.

Captioned "Cheeky balcony series," Jenna is standing on a balcony and wearing a provocative lace bodysuit with her backside showing.

The shamers pointed out that the Step Up actress is too smart to be objectifying herself by sharing photos like this. Also, they said that it sets a bad example for her daughter.

"Of course she is hot but poor Everly. What signals is she sending to her young daughter? Mummy's bum is all over the net haha. Lead by example," one user commented.

Instagram/Jenna Dewan Tatum

Another added, "Not flattering to you as an intelligent woman. "You look great but don't need to model objectifying your body parts on IG "” or teach young girls to garner attention by sexual images of themselves."

"You young ladies today think you need to post this. You have way to [sic] much class to bring it to this level," quipped another shamer. "You're a classy talented young woman. Be the inner you and love yourself."

A lot of other fans came to Jenna's defense, but the star herself stood up to the bullies and shared another Instagram post addressing the shamers.

"To all the strong women out there. May we be them, may we know them, may we raise them♥️ Rise above judgment and step into love," she captioned the uplifting post.

This isn't the first time Jenna has been a subject of online shaming. Just a few days ago, rumors that she was pregnant began circulating after she attended the Kingsman: The Golden Circle film premiere with her husband, Channing Tatum.

After word about her rumored pregnany reached her ears, she shut it down by jokingly saying that she was indeed carrying a food baby.

"Thank you so much for all of your care and well wishes for my food baby and for the fact that I really needed to pee," she told People.

Way to stand up to the bullies, Jenna!

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