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Olivia Newton-John’s Daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, Hits Back at Body-Shamers: Big Boobs Don’t Make Me Stupid

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Chloe Lattanzi and her mother, Olivia Newton-John, celebrate the 35th anniversary of "Xanadu" at Share Nightclub on August 9, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bryan Steffy/WireImage

Brains or bust! Chloe Lattanzi slammed body-shamers in a new Instagram post after several haters questioned her intelligence — all because of the size of her breasts.

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In the photo, the 30-year-old singer — who is the daughter of Olivia Newton-John and her first husband, actor Matt Lattanzi — shows off her ample assets in a purple bikini as she stands next to a pool.

“Being unashamed of your feminine form makes you strong,” she captioned the Instagram pic on Friday, July 8. “It takes strength to accept and love yourself. This message is for every woman who has ever been called stupid or a bimbo for having confidence and for loving your body. Having big breasts does not make you stupid. It’s calling people stupid for having big breasts that makes you ignorant. I love you all. I celebrate the sexy, free, confident woman.”

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Chloe first received criticism on an Instagram photo she posted earlier in the week, in which she was pictured swimming in a pool while wearing a teeny pink bikini. It appears the comments that caused the uproar have since been deleted.

Several of the songwriter’s fans commented on Friday’s post to praise Lattanzi for her motivational message.

“What makes you assume she is not strong or educated?” one user wrote, while another added, “Don’t let anyone take away from your beauty. Stay strong and beautiful.”

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Earlier in the week, the stunning scion showcased her svelte figure in a series of outdoorsy Instagram shots. In one pic, she poses in a hot pink sports bra and black leggings while standing next to an abandoned car in the forest.

“Can I get a ride outa here,” Chloe captioned the photograph. “Found this amazing old car that has decayed into the earth and become one win [sic] the plants. I love anomalies like this.”

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