I mean, just check out this picture the four-time gold medal winner posted on Saturday. Biles and teammates Aly Raisman and Madison Kocian look incredible, but that's beside the point. Their bodies have to be strong to do what they do.
Most people on Twitter were super impressed with their rock hard abs. Come on, most people will never look like that. Their bodies are just another symbol for all that they have achieved at such a young age. They should be proud.
But some people, like this troll on Twitter, don't get it. In response to the photo, Twitter user @UwantmyD_aniel wrote,
y'all find this attractive? lmaaoo
The tweet has been deleted, but you can see it below.
I don't think world class #Gold medal athletes need the approval to have abs from a weirdo named 'angry hippy'. pic.twitter.com/lZ7cM8nbhY — Patrick Quaife (@pquaife) August 24, 2016
Twitter user @blackandbougie responded with the ultimate clapback to this annoying Twitter troll.
They're the best gymnasts in the world. I promise you, they didn't get those abs to impress your dusty ass.
Twitter obviously agreed with this, because her tweet has been retweeted over 50,000 times.
This isn't the first time someone tried to body-shame an Olympic athlete.
During the games in Rio, Mexican gymnast Alexa Moreno, 22, was trolled by people on Twitter who obviously have nothing better to do than sit on their asses and criticize the best athletes in the world. Twitter was quick to clap back at those haters, too.
Other users jumped in to put this body-shaming troll in his place:
You tell 'em, Twitter! People need to stop body-shaming Olympic athletes. We have no time for that BS.