Jenna Dewan Tatum posts super sexy pic on Instagram, the Internet reacts by mum-shaming!

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Jenna Dewan Tatum ended up seeing stuff like, "You have a kid, shame on you.”

We all know actress Jenna Dewan Tatum. And we probably know her most as the amazing dancer Nora Clark from the movie, Step Up. 

Jenna Dewan Tatum is married to her Step Up co-star Channing Tatum, and the couple are parents to 4-year-old Everly.

Last month, Jenna posted a SUPER SEXY picture of hers, proudly displaying her butt cheeks. Check it out:


Cheeky balcony series

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Quite a vision, no? ;) And wait, here's more...


How I imagine Posh Spice does tea time

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Looks like the Internet couldn't handle all that hotness, 'cos it went a little beserk and did what it does best - mum-shaming!

“You have a kid, shame on you,” slammed one netizen, while another woman 'thought' of her daughter, "Poor Everly. What signals is she sending to her young daughter?”

Thankfully, Jenna did find some support among the sea of haters. 

"You look beautiful! Show you’re daughter it’s okay to love your body," wrote one supporter, while another wrote, "I for one love this photo and it inspires me to be more comfortable in my own body.”

Jenna meanwhile, chose to react using this quote:

Nothing's gonna keep Jenna down of course, for just 5 days back she posted this picture:

O-Oh, how dare she take on the Internet?

"Did Channing approve of this post?"

"Unfollowing. She's a mother. No need for these posts."

"You look slutty, just sayin"

"...This is what attention seeking looks like. I'm so sick of your pictures being forced down my throat, just f*** off"...fumed the haters.

Well, we just want to say, "You can please some of the people all of the time, you can please all of the people some of the time, but you can't please all of the people all of the time."

And who says mums can't be sexy? Who decides what a mum CAN wear? 

Motherhood is all about celebrating who you are, and as Jenna writes, "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." 

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