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Teen Mom Leah Messer slams ‘irrelevant’ trolls who claim she wears too much make-up and demands ‘unfollow me!’

'WHY THE HATE?'

LEAH Messer has slammed "irrelevant" trolls after she was told she wears too much make up.

The Teen Mom star posted a new picture of herself on her back porch, and captioned the snap: "Embody the true essence of your soul."

But one fan was quick to criticize the mom of three, writing: "Does it boost your self confidence when so many people tell you how pretty you are? Is that why you post pics of yourself, do you really need all that?"

The follower than added hashtags including "#benatural" and "#nomakeup."

But Leah was quick to point out that she "enjoys" dressing up, writing: "Not at all.

"I personally enjoy dressing up and providing good quality content for my followers.

"You can unfollow me if you’d like because the opinion of you or anyone else is irrelevant to my growth love!"

In a later Instagram Story, she also asked: "Why so much hate on someone's growth?"

Leah found fame as a teenager on Teen Mom when she welcomed twins Aleeah and Aliannah with then-husband Corey Simms.

She later welcomed daughter Addie with Jeremy Calvert.

But the 28-year-old Teen Mom star recently opened up on the “downhill spiral” of her past battle with addiction - and that she was taking a “ridiculous amount” of pills and at one point had even tried heroin.

In her recent memoir, Hope, Grace & Faith, Leah claimed that she suffered a “botched” spinal tap in 2013 when she had a C-section with daughter Addie.

The MTV personality penned in the book that the hospital prescribed her with painkillers Hydrocodone, Oxycodone and Tylenol 3, but that the opioids sent her “over the edge” which was the beginning of her substance abuse. 

During an appearance on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast, she admitted she later began "turning to the streets” to buy drugs and that’s when she realized she had “lost” herself.

Teen Mom Leah Messer admits to doing HEROIN and engaging in 'very illegal activities' to get drugs before sobering up

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