Vin Diesel slams body-shamers

Los Angeles, Oct 12 (IANS) Actor Vin Diesel, who made headlines for showing off his round belly during his stay at a hotel in Miami earlier this month, shared a new photograph of himself flaunting six-pack abs.

The 48-year-old actor took to Instagram on Saturday, to address the news and say that “body-shaming is always wrong,” reports aceshowbiz.com.

Diesel shared a photograph of him standing upright in a black shirt showing off his chiseled. He looked mysterious as he wore black glasses and held mobile phone on one hand.

“It is amazing the response from the journalists who I have been talking to for the last two days in New York. Today one wanted to see the dad bod. Haha,” he wrote.

“I am wondering if I should show the picture… Body-shaming is always wrong! What do you think?”

The image came along with the hashtag “Last Witch Hunter,” a movie which he’s promoting.

Diesel also posted an image of him lifting up his black shirt to show off his abs.

He donned all the stuff he wore in the photograph from the previous day. Though his abs looked slightly loose, some packs were still visible. “The pic from yesterday,” he captioned it.

The “Furious 7” actor then promised his fans that he’s going to post on the social media a video of him after workout.

“For those who wanted the show,” he wrote.

“For all the angels that love dad bod regardless… I will post an exclusive video on my Facebook when I am done with press today. #LastWitchHunter #HappyCreative.”

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