Amanda Seyfried did not stop calling an influential person on a postpartum bikini picture.
The actress used social media to address Arielle Charnas – also known as Something Navy on Instagram – after Charnas posted a photo of her in swimsuit with the caption "Proud of my body after two kids' earlier this week.
Charnas shared the photo on his personal account, which has 1.2 million followers.
While some fans praised Charnas for his photo and legend, others found the message harmful, including Seyfried.
Although the actress "Mamma Mia" did not name Charnas directly, she republished a comment that her friend left on the Charnas page. Seyfried, who has a 2-year-old daughter, then shared her own thoughts about the photo in her caption.
Seyfried nicknamed Charnas – who collaborates with Nordstrom and whom Women's Wear Daily called "super influential" – "semi-influential".
"If we are ready to be paid to display our lifestyle (and inspire some in the meantime), we need to be open to discussions about what we are promoting," wrote Seyfried, adding that Charnas had blocked her friend and her friend.
"If you know who you are, take a second to decide if what you are throwing is worth it – all in all," said the actress, writing "INFLUENCE = POWER. And if you take advantage of it – EMPOWER, "in a later post on Instagram.
In an Instagram story that has since expired, Charnas said she felt "bullied" and "punished because I'm skinny." Charnas did not immediately respond to HuffPost's comment request.
Seyfried was criticized for her article and then wrote in her comments on Instagram: "I'm sorry if it stinks. [judgment]. It's not supposed to do it. This is a discussion that must be had.
Charnas' husband, Brandon Charnas, apparently made fun of Seyfried's job in the caption of a photo he posted on Thursday with Arielle. He sarcastically issued "warnings" of "ABSA or" American Body Shaming Association "on the photo.
In the fake "warnings", he wrote: "This body is not feasible", "Please, do not try to reach such a body by working", and "if you are trying to reach, you must have at least three nannies and be sure not only to pay them, but also to thank them at least 4 times a week on Instagram", along with a few others.
In the comments, Arielle simply wrote: "I love you, darling."
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