Jennifer Aniston
Some fans joked that Jennifer Aniston's Rachel Green from "Friends" is the original leader of Free the Nipple campaign. Pictured. Aniston attends the UK film premiere of "Horrible Bosses" at BFI Southbank on July 20, 2011 in London. Getty Images/Gareth Cattermole

Jennifer Aniston's Rachel Green in "Friends" is probably the original gangster of Free the Nipple movement.

NBC's popular TV show "Friends" culminated a decade ago, but fans are still not over it. Many have noticed that Aniston's nipples had been peeking through her T-shirt throughout the series. This prompted many to believe that the "Cake" star was the original leader of the now popular #freethenipple campaign.

"Yeah, I don't know what to say about that! It's just one of those things, I guess. I wear a bra, I don't know what to tell ya! And I don't know why we're supposed to be ashamed of them — it's just the way my breasts are! But hey, OG, I'm not going to complain!" Aniston, 48, told Us Vogue (via Harper's Bazaar).

A fan even shared a throwback photo of Aniston's character Rachel Green from the series on Twitter. "Rachel Green is the OG of #freethenipple," the caption read.

A number of celebrities have backed the Free the Nipple advocacy and one of them is Kendall Jenner. In July, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star stepped out in a see-through orange blouse without a bra in New York to show her support for the Free the Nipple movement.

In related news, Aniston addressed the pregnancy rumors that have been plaguing her for years. The "We're the Millers" star admitted that the topic was sensitive to her. "No one knows what's going on beyond the four walls of your home, of these people who are having or not having children. It's a very sensitive area to go to, especially. It's sensitive to me," she said.

Prior to addressing the pregnancy rumors, Aniston also wrote an article for Huffington Post about body shaming. According to the actress, she felt harassed over false reports claiming that she was pregnant whenever paparazzi snapped a not-so-pleasing photo of her.

"For the record, I am not pregnant. What I am is fed up. I'm fed up with the sport-like scrutiny and body shaming that occurs daily under the guise of 'journalism,' the 'First Amendment' and 'celebrity news,'" she wrote. "We use celebrity 'news' to perpetuate this dehumanizing view of females, focused solely on one's physical appearance, which tabloids turn into a sporting event of speculation. Is she pregnant? Is she eating too much? Has she let herself go? Is her marriage on the rocks because the camera detects some physical imperfection'?"