Ashley Graham is outspoken about her body positivity activism in countless magazine covers, interviews, and ad campaigns, and she still takes time to clap back at misogynistic Instagram commenters who need a little direction. 

Recently, Graham posted a fun picture with actress Tracee Ellis Ross and model Simone "Slick Woods" Thompson.

As Diana Ross' daughter, Ellis is music royalty, and she's also a Golden Globe winner for her role as Dr. Rainbow Johnson on "Black-ish." 

Thompson is a rising model who's appeared in campaigns for Calvin Klein and walked in a Fenty Puma by Rihanna fashion show, according to Dazed. 

While Graham, Thompson, and Ross were just living their best lives, an Instagram user thought it was an invitation to spew hate. And it wasn't. 

Graham went IN on a hateful Instagram comment made about how Ellis and Thompson look.

"Not today satan," Graham wrote. "Beauty comes in ALL forms. Slick is gorgeous, and just because it's not what your view of beauty is, doesn't mean you get to call her ugly. Don't come on my page talking negative to anyone...especially my friends."

Ashley roasted this jerk so completely that they actually went and DELETED the original comment — but not before Graham's followers tore him a new one.

Best comment award: "How are you calling someone ugly in your situation?" 

But Ashley wasn't done. She STILL had to deliver truth to another hater who thinks it's his job to judge women based on how they look.

"One gorgeous woman, two ugly ass bitches sorry but there isn't an 'opinion' of beauty, beautiful is beautiful period," said one pathetic troll.

And Graham's response was PERFECT.

"YET another problem. Men dictating what is beautiful and calling women bitches isn't helping you either. Sit down."

Regardless of whether you're behind a screen or in person, criticizing another person's appearance is NEVER OK.

Even though celebrities have to face undue amounts of criticism, they're still people. Graham, Ellis, and Thompson have the right to celebrate their beauty as much as the next Instagram user. And as Graham's response shows, that should be respected.

Or else.