Candace Cameron Bure has dealt with body shamers her entire career.
From 1987 to 1995, she played DJ Tanner on the sitcom, "Full House." Bure, who was only 11 when the show first aired, practically grew up on-screen. She went through her "awkward stages" in the public eye — and sadly, viewers thought it was OK to make comments about her changing appearance.
Fortunately, Bure overcame those tough moments and grew up to be a confident, successful woman. But even 30 years later, she still has to deal with rude remarks about her body.
Earlier this month, Bure posted a photo with her 18-year-old son, Levi.
"Nobu with @levvbure," she wrote, tagging her son. "Celebrating a new direction."
Most of Bure's followers left kind words about the adorable mother-son duo. But one troll felt the need to comment on Bure's weight.
"All that exersizing, and you still look like you weigh more than your husband," the hater wrote. "did you change your diet?"
Rather than go back and forth with a clueless body shamer, Bure decided to silence the troll with two simple words:
"Nice, troll," Bure replied.
Fans applauded Bure for taking the high road.
But to further emphasize her point, Bure later returned to her comments with one last remark.
"If a 25 inch waist looks big to you... then you’re looking through an altered lens. Be well," she added.
Tell 'em, Bure.
Three decades later and she's still handling body shamers. Sigh.