David Bowie ‘s daughter Alexandria Zahra Jones has slammed a troll who sent her ‘perverted’ messages.
The 20-year-old, who goes by the name of Lexi, was bombarded with crude comments after she posted a sultry snap of herself posing in a swimsuit on Thursday.
The genetically-blessed babe looked sensational in the slinky chocolate brown swimwear which did wonders to accentuate her model-like figure and enviable curves.
Lexi took to Instagram to share the gorgeous snap, which saw her kneeling on her bedroom floor while modelling the eye-catching ensemble.
While the majority of her fans flocked to shower the budding artist with compliments, Lexi was left fuming after one follower made a degrading comment about her body.
The keyboard warrior criticised Lexi’s body confidence post by suggesting that she was ‘horny today.’
Clearly riled up by the ‘perverted’ comment, Lexi told the troll to ‘f**k yourself’ as she insisted that it took years for her to learn how to love her body.
Sharing a screenshot of the nasty comment, the brunette bombshell wrote: “Feels good to love my body after years of hating and disrespecting it.
“No shame in liking how I look in my cowboy swimsuit, but a shame that you’re able to twist it into something so perverted and vulgar.
“What a dim-witted piece of trash and sad that there are more people like you. Go f**k yourself.”
After she outed the social media troll, Lexi’s supporters took to Twitter and Instagram to share messages of support.
“You are stunning and this person is simply a creep. Don’t let it get to you honey,” gushed one adoring admirer.
“Ugh, that’s men for you,” another fumed.
Meanwhile, a third added: “Lexi! You radiant such love and beautiful energy. Never let comments like this get you down. Keep rockin’ that cowboy bodysuit cause girl, you OWN IT!”
Lexi is currently based in LA where she is building her career as a successful artist.
Her parents, David and Iman welcomed her in 2000 after the pair met and fell head over heels for one another in 1990.
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