Halsey slams woman who said her Playboy cover isn’t feminist

Halsey can do it all — and she wants you to know it.

The singer — who is featured as the cover girl on Playboy’s September/October issue — wasted no time responding to a hater claiming her appearance in the mag wasn’t feminist.

“You are a feminist but you flash your boobs in Playboy magazine,” the user wrote in response to the 22-year-old artist’s Instagram image of the cover.

She quickly fired back, writing, “Yeah it’s crazy. I can show my t–s in Playboy, perform at the Nobel Peace, speak at the Planned Parenthood Gala with Hillary Clinton, shake my a– on 300 stages, give a speech at the United Nations, do 150 shots of tequila, get a #1 album, and march in the streets of DC all in just ONE year!”

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“Newsflash. A woman can be multi dimensional #WeAreNotJustOneThing,” she continued.

Playboy briefly put an end to nudity in the magazine in March 2016, but decided to bring it back in February.

It is unclear how exposed Halsey is in the mag, but on Instagram she captioned her cover photo in a see-through pink tank top, “Not-so-covered cover girl.”

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Halsey speaks onstage at the Planned Parenthood 100th Anniversary Gala at Pier 36 on May 2, 2017 in New York City.

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Halsey has been commended on numerous occasions for standing up for women and has been touted as a feminist icon — much to the Instagram commenter’s dismay.

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Halsey has previously been outspoken about her struggles with endometriosis and revealed she had a miscarriage hours before one of her performances.

The backlash she received is similar to that of Emma Watson, a champion for women’s rights, who posed topless in Vanity Fair and was quickly denounced as anti-feminist.

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