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LeAnn Rimes: Defends Skinny Body AGAIN But Is She Setting Bad Example for Her Kids?

LeAnn Rimes Scary New Twitter Pic

LeAnn Rimes posted a picture on Twitter from Cabo honeymoon with Eddie Cibrian, creating yet another controversy about her scary skinny look!  After sharing a shot of herself in a bikini on Twitter, the newlywed celeb mom got more feedback than she bargained for from her Twitter followers.  Again.

Is it me or is LeAnn missing the point that as a MOM, she’s setting a bad example for her stepkids? When Eddie Cibrian got married this spring, Rimes became a stepmother to Cibrian’s two children, Mason, 7, and Jake, 3. Part of being a mom or a stepmom is to set an example for the little ones because you’re officially a ROLE MODEL.  But I am not sure that LeAnn got the memo on the whole “stepmom as a role model” idea quite yet!

In response to one Twitter follower who claimed LeAnn’s bones were “protuding,” the celeb mom fired back:

“Those are called abs, not bones, love,” LeAnn wrote to a fan who commented on the singer’s size. She added, “Thx but this is my body and I can promise you I’m a healthy girl. I’m just lean. Thx for your concern but no need too be.”

LeAnn keeps perpetuating the debate about her weight by posting pics on Twitter of herself in a bathing suit!  In April, LeAnn tweeted a picture of herself in a bikini and made a big deal on Twitter of how much she is eating.  I get that LeAnn wants people to quit thinking she has an eating disorder but the MOST important thing as a mom is to think of the KIDS.  What’s your take on this issue?  Is LeAnn setting a bad example for Mason and Jake?

Photo: LeAnn Rimes via Twitter

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