Haters, take a seat! Adam Busby took to Instagram on Sunday, July 14, to reveal he had to take action after trolls slammed his family.

“Snagged the hottest señorita on the beach for a sunset dinner! #luckyguy,” the OutDaughtered star, 37, captioned a selfie with his wife, Danielle Busby.

In the comments, someone defended the father of six and said she was bullied by people on his page. “You have some serious crazy fanpagers. Just because I thought it was odd to have fan pages for someone else’s children, I’m getting threats in my inbox saying, ‘There is gonna be serious consequences to saying that.'” The commenter continued, “They are not right in the head and I’m nervous for your family if this is how they are talking … ”

In response, Adam admitted to blocking those who don’t have anything nice to say on his page. “Nobody has boundaries these days. Consequences? Ok … once I saw one using some pretty extreme profanity on my post, I blocked them and then deleted the thread. Nobody got time for that drama.” You tell ’em, A!

Yet this isn’t the first time the TLC personality defended his family on Instagram. After someone accused Danielle, 35, of having a tummy tuck, the reality TV dad piped in.

“How did you get your stomach so tight after having all those babies???!” asked one fan, while another chimed in, “Please please tell us how you look so freaking amazing! I’m a mom of 3 and I need your secret lol.” When a third asked, “In the past when moms of multiples have babies they have a tummy tuck or some kind of plastic surgery to get rid of excess skin. Did you have any kind of surgery?” Adam decided he couldn’t sit back and read the rumors.

“No tummy tuck,” he promised. “She is just very blessed with good genetics and a strong work ethic for working out.”

We love a man who can stand up for his lady! Now, haters, let them LIVE?

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