"America's Next Top Model" cycle 6 winner Dani Evans has had it with the "foolishness" being posted on her Instagram. The Arkansas-native shut down critics in a post early this morning calling for an end to the "belligerent comments." The former Y-3 model has come under fire recently from social media users suggesting that she's too thin and her skin appears to have been chemically lightened. 

Evans shared a photo of a note written on her iPhone, chalking the changes in her appearance up to "gracefully aging." The 28-year-old slammed her critics saying she simply has "impeccable genetics and a superlative dermatologist."

"To all the simpletons who constantly comment with pseudo concern about my physical appearance now, vs 10 years ago - it's called maturing and gracefully aging. I thought we all learned this basic fact in 3rd grade. So let's stop with the belligerent comments about me needing to eat and the absurd questions if I'm bleaching my skin," she wrote. "Cease with the foolishness or you will get blocked."

This isn't the first time the 2006 "ANTM" winner has had to defend her size. The 5-foot-11-inch model shut down eating disorder rumors in 2013 saying, "it is highly rude to comment on my weight as if I have an eating disorder or unhealthy." She added that the comments were similar to her, as a thinner person, "telling a fat chick she needs to lose weight."

"Thanks but no thanks for the concern," she added. "All is well."

E! News reports that, according to her management stats, she is a size 2 with a 24-inch waist and 35-inch hips. It is unclear how much her size has changed since she took home the number one spot on Tyra Banks' hit modeling reality show nine years ago.