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Coi Leray clapped back at trolls on social media who are jealous and envious of her natural body.

They made fun of the "Pac Girl" rapper after she showed off her non-surgically enhanced bod on the red carpet at the 2021 BET Awards on Sunday.

In the midst of the taunting, rapper NLE Choppa took to Twitter to defend the 24-year-old after she tweeted:

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"My body is always trending. I don't understand. Is there a certain way I'm supposed to look? Help me understand. In the Bible is it a Sin to be thin? Help me understand. I hope y'all mothers got beach bodies."

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In her defense, rapper NLE Choppa wrote: "Cause you natural. F*ck em."

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Coi is rapper Benzino's daughter. The "Huddy" rapper was born and raised in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston.

She was accompanied on the BET Awards red carpet by 25-year-old Canadian rapper Pressa who is best known for his hit single "Novacane."

Question: Is Coi your body goals?

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Rapper Benzino's daughter, aspiring rapper Coi Leray (left) came out as a lesbian on Instagram in time to join Gay Pride Month festivities.

Coi came out with her lover, rapper Pressa, in a video she shared on her Instagram Story.

Coi Leray is best known for an embarrassing viral video that showed a crowd in stunned silence as they watched her perform at the Toyota Center in Houston on Saturday, May 29.

Nicki Minaj and other rappers showed support for the 24-year-old rapper who was devastated when the video went viral.

The comments were brutal, with many social media users suggesting Coi should find another line of work.

Coi tweeted:

"The love use to outweigh the hate but now the hate outweigh the love and it's slowing destroying me. Y'all haters are in my life for a reason, we gon have to just deal with each other. In with whatever smoke."

Nicki came to the young lady's defense, writing:

"Don't do that. Chin up. Always remember this, when black ppl not fkn w|you #TheyWillBoo. Those ppl were on their feet. That means they may not have known the song, but they were interested in getting to know more— so they were observing u. Charge it to the game & move on."

The grateful rapper responded:

"Thank you so much for this. This means everything and more to me. Wow. I'm speechless. You just gave me so much more hope. Thank you again."