Fans Are Divided After Jessie James Decker Shares She Got A Boob Job After Having 3 Kids

We're lucky enough to live in a time where mommas can say, and do, whatever they want. Gone are the days of people trying to tell us what to do, what to say, and how to feel. One of those fearless mamma's is country singer Jessie James Decker, who recently revealed she got her breasts augmented after having three children.

However, the fans in the comments were divided.

If you don't know much about lil' Mrs. Jessie James Decker, you should deffs know she doesn't give an EFF about what people say about her!

That's the kind of content Jessie's millions of instagram followers want and need from her.

As a mom of three, Jessie is no stranger to the selfless lifestyle of a momma.

She and former football player Jessie Decker tied the knot back in 2013. Since then the pair have welcomed daughter Vivianne Rose, 7, Eric Decker II, 5, and Forrest Decker, 3.

Now, the 33-year-old is opening up to fans about undergoing a breast augmentation.

Posting a bikini selfie, Jessie wrote: "I treated myself... to new boobies! After deciding we were done having babies I was finally ready to go big or go home ha! I had breast reduction and lift a couple years ago when they were hanging down to my belly button but with having such elastic skin and not being happy with the size I decided to do it."

"They were so big and perky before children and I wanted them back ... plus some," she continued. "I feel great; I’m super happy with them."

"It’s not for everybody but it was certainly for me! I always say, you do you and do what makes you feel confident and sexy #YOLO," she concluded.

"It should be built in to our insurance as women after child birth. Pay insurance all my life.. and body image is so big for so many mommas," commented one supportive fan.

"you look amazing!!! And thank you for managing realistic expectations for the women and young girls following you and being transparent," echoed another.

While many of Jessie's fans were supportive, others weren't so thrilled.

"It sends messages to girls that we are not good enough like we are and a lot of people cannot afford to do this anyways," argued one follower.

"First world brags. 95% of women in this world are happy to not get married off at 12, for education and for food to eat daily. Sorry but nobody really cares about your [expletive]. @jessiejamesdecker 🙄 I’ve always thought you were bigger than this," said another.

I totally think it's a luxury to be able to make these types of adjustments, but it's her choice!

What do you make of the surgery? Is it something you'd consider if you could? Let us know in the comments below!