Noah Centineo body-shamed after posting a shirtless photo to Instagram

Noah Centineo body-shamed after posting a shirtless photo to Instagram

Noah Centineo shot to worldwide fame after he starred in the Netflix film, To All The Boys I've Loved Before, last year. And between that, his other romantic comedy film projects, and his existential tweets, the teen heartthrob hasn't fallen from the limelight yet.

But now, one of his most-recent Instagram posts has become a major topic of conversation. Or rather, his abs have been the talk of the town. The picture shows Noah shirtless, talking on the phone, with the caption: "Mom I’ll be home in May."

The photo has received almost three million likes on the app. And some people who viewed it were quick to let the actor know just what they thought of his physique. Comments included: "Jeesh he let himself go," "what happened to him lol," "why his body look like that," and "where’s his abs??"

And though the actor received a lot of negative attention for baring it all on Instagram, many other fans rushed to support him. One user wrote:

"What problems do you have?! He's hot for his intelligence, he's handsome for the person that who is. He's wonderful for his smile and his eyes. Be mature and appreciate him not for the physical aspect."

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Body shaming seems to be all the rage for those who feel they can say anything on the internet while remaining anonymous behind a phone screen. Celebrities that have been previously bashed for their appearances include the likes of Wendy Williams and Jason Mamoa.

Given the nature of social media, it's easy to forget that there are real people on the other side of photos. Be sure to keep this in mind before you comment something you wouldn't say to someone's face.