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Bella Hadid Frees the Nipple After Plastic Surgery Accusations

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Bella Hadid is having quite a week! After reportedly kissing The Weeknd (and later denying it) at Coachella last weekend, the supermodel decided to free the nipple just weeks after defending herself against nasty internet trolls. You might recall that Bella responded to a mean comment left by a person accusing her – and BFF Kendall Jenner – of getting plastic surgery. Although Bella never confirmed or denied the cosmetic surgery accusations, she totally put the troll in its place.

“2 fake bitches sitting in a tree, first comes the nose job, then come the lips, oh and don't forget the built in cheeks. lmao y'all tripping fam, money can get you a new face but not a nicer personality which these two girls need,” the Instagram user wrote on a photo of Bella and Kendall.

Bella gracefully clapped back at her bully, directly writing back, “I wish you would know either of our personalities. And not only that, I wish you would only grasp a heart of your own. Blessings to you sweetheart. Jealousy is a cry for help that I wish I could help you with.”

Well, Bella wanted to – once again – prove that plastic surgery rumors will not bring her down. “gotta run” and “ten points if you can catch me,” she wrote alongside the two Instagram photos that see her freeing the nipple and showing off some major underboob. It looks like she took a page right out of Kim Kardashian’s handbook because she, too, gave her nipples a natural blur.

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We love how she can silence body shamers and find a way around Instagram's sexist “no nudity” rules. It's all in a day's work for Bella, who also spoke to People at Coachella about how haters make her feel. She admitted that comments like the ones she responded to “deeply hurts” her.

“I usually never respond to anybody and I think that night I just really had had it,” she told the website. “At the end of the day I don’t want to mean, and I don’t want to ‘clap back.' We’re all just human beings and it wasn’t even about what they said about our faces, it was just that — don’t attack my personality because you don’t know me. That’s what deeply hurts me.”

But despite her efforts to put internet trolls in their place, Bella also said they won't stop her from posting whatever she wants. “I learned that protecting myself and my heart is more important to me right now,” she said. “I feel like at this point you sometimes start to believe the things that people say to you, whether it's good or bad, but I like to share things that mean a lot to me.”

They can leave all the mean comments they want, but that won't stop Bella from living her best life!

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