Recently, Rihanna was spotted in a pair of skinny jeans that made her thighs appear fuller, and the internet went crazy with admiration.

Thickanna

#Thickanna, in the flesh.

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The Rihanna Navy was overjoyed to see #Thickanna out and about — but bro website Barstool Sports sure wasn't.

In a now-deleted article — titled "Is Rihanna Going to Make Being Fat the Hot New Trend?" — Barstool writer Chris Spags said that the singer's "high key thiccness" would lead to "a world of ladies shaped like the Hindenburg."

He went on to accuse RiRi of “enjoying that good room service a bit too long,” and to suggest that her appearance would lead to “all the hottest girls [to] look like the humans in 'Wall-E.'” 

Spags was promptly dragged to hell by Rihanna fans and then fired by his boss. 

Rihanna stayed quiet throughout all of the controversy.

Rihanna Thickanna fat shamer Barstool Sport
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She simply carried on, fully embracing her "high key thiccness."

She finally broke her silence on Monday by posting this hilarious Gucci Mane meme.

Rihanna Gucci Mane fat shamer
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"If you can't handle me at my 2007 Gucci Mane, you don't deserve me at my 2017 Gucci Mane."

Rihanna cheekily posted the single tear emoji as her caption — as if queen RiRi would ever shed a tear over a fat-shaming internet writer. 

The internet is HERE for Rihanna's perfect response.

Rihanna Gucci Mane meme
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Rihanna fat shamers Instagram meme
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See that, Barstool Sports? Let that Gucci Mane meme serve as a final reminder: never, ever come for Rihanna.

Rihanna Gucci Mane
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If you try to tear her down, she'll just one-up you without even having to mention your name.