Bella Hadid was body shamed on Instagram earlier this week after announcing that she would be working with Nike on their new campaign.
Fans of the model hit back saying she was too skinny to model for Nike and said that athletes should be promoting the brand rather than a model.
Now Yolanda Foster has defended her daughter's new campaign by saying that "you obviously don't have to be an athlete to wear or enjoy Nike wear".
She also shared a post on Instagram of Bella back in her equestrian days and captioned it saying, "Always remember who you were before the world told you who you should be.... @bellahadid #athlete #horselover."
It's well known that Bella was a champion equestrian before contracting lyme disease at age 15.
Yolanda said earlier this year that the model "had to give up her lifelong dream of having a professional riding career and a shot at the Olympics due to her severe symptoms and inability to ride."
Now THAT is a solid mic drop right there.