Do not mess with Carrie Underwood. Or her friends, for that matter.
Underwood took to Instagram to call out a man for cyber bullying one of her close friends and trainer, Erin Oprea.
Oprea was the target of bullying after a man took a picture of her working out while she was watching one of her son's soccer games.
Oprea shared a screen shot of the post, which mocked her with the caption, "Would it be wrong of me to tell her that every day at the soccer field she thinks her standing out front with her Jump rope for two hours only screams she wants attention. And I can only imagine what the soccer moms are thinking."
She also led us to her blog, which told the entire story of how she is a working mother of two boys who just started soccer leagues in two different towns. Between training her clients, one being the extremely fit Carrie Underwood, and shuttling her sons to and from their activities, she barely has time to get a workout in for herself.
She always travels with a few weights and her jump rope in her car in case she gets a few spare minutes. She started jump roping while watching her son's game and unbeknownst to her, that's how she became the subject of cyber bullying.
Underwood did not take this lightly, and spoke out on social media as well.
"Way to go, Erin! Use someone else's negativity to help others. That man obviously has a big problem...with himself. I only hope he can learn to like himself someday so he can be an adult and stop bullying others for bettering themselves!"
Way to go, Erin! Use someone else's negativity to help others. That man obviously has a big problem...with himself. I only hope he can learn to like himself someday so he can be an adult and stop bullying others for bettering themselves! Check out the blog erinoprea.com Ok...I see lots of confused comments...I guess I should explain a bit further. This guy felt the need to post this pic of my friend and trainer, Erin Oprea, along with some really insecure and mean comments. He was shaming her for getting in some exercise during her son's soccer game. Not cool.
Her post has garnered over 600 positive comments to Oprea and to Underwood for speaking out on such an important issue - even adults can be bullies.
Way to go, Carrie!
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