Fact: You don't mess with Tabria Majors. 

The model has previously made headlines for her shoot proving curvy girls can also sell lingerie, and for clapping back at haters who shamed her weight (all while wearing a bathing suit).

When an app used her photo to make her appear thinner, she clapped back so hard, we're pretty sure the vibrations were heard 'round the world.

Majors posted a screenshot of an ad an app called Body Camera ran on Instagram.

"First of all @bodycamera2017, if you’re going to use my image to sell your product, run me my coin!" she said in a caption. 

She also DESTROYED the app for using her photo for such a bullshit reason.

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"Second of all, this is flat out disrespectful," she continued. "I can understand minor touch ups, but apps like these where you can photoshop your body into oblivion are a huge contributing factor to people having self esteem issues."

She finished by reminding everyone that the app's message is utter trash.

"Please remember that you are beautiful just the way you are and you don’t need an app to tell you that," she said.

We totally agree with Majors. 

Using Majors (or any plus-size person) as a "before" photo is utter bullshit. A person's weight isn't something that should be subject to change, especially without their consent. There was absolutely nothing wrong with the way Majors looked before going through the app, and she doesn't look "better" after. 

People were totally on Majors' side.

Honestly, we REALLY hope Majors decides to press charges for this kind of garbage (and illegal) behavior.