Irina Shayk is not here for haters criticizing Emily Ratajkowski’s nude photos in a bathtub with her 1-year-old son.
When an Instagram troll asked the Inamorata designer, 31, to “respect [her] son’s decency” and stop getting “naked for attention,” her fellow model epically clapped back.
“why don’t u fk off with ya bellow [sic] average personality,” Shayk, 36, wrote on Friday.
“Queer Eye” star Tan France backed Shayk in the comments section, gushing, “YES IRINA!!! couldn’t have said it better maself🕺🏽.”
France, 39, also praised Ratajkowski’s controversial mother-son slideshow.
“Love this so much,” he wrote.
Many of the “Gone Girl” actress’ other social media followers, however, expressed mixed feelings over the pictures of her and Sylvester.
“Putting a photo of your naked toddler son in a tub on the internet for all kinds of weirdos to see… smh,” one Instagram user wrote, with another commenting, “That’ll have him in therapy for years to come!! 😳.”
Ratajkowski welcomed her baby boy in March 2021 with her now-estranged husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard.
The pair split in July, with the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover girl appearing to confirm via “liked” tweets that the movie producer, 41, had cheated on her. She filed for divorce on Sept. 8.
On Tuesday, Ratajkowski spoke out against the “classic misogyny” of condemning mistresses for a man’s infidelity.
She placed blame on Adam Levine after the Maroon 5 frontman was exposed earlier this week for allegedly sending flirty DMs to multiple models while married to Behati Prinsloo, calling the leaked messages “predatory” and “manipulative” via TikTok.
“I don’t understand why we continue to blame women for men’s mistakes, especially when you’re talking about 20-something-year-old women dealing with men in positions of power who are twice their age,” the “My Body” author said.
“The power dynamic is so skewed, it’s ridiculous,” she continued. “If you’re the one in a relationship, you are the one who’s obligated to be loyal.”
Levine, 43, has denied having an affair but admitted he “crossed the line.”