Two days ago The Sun published this article about YouTube star Zoe Sugg, aka Zoella.
The article noted that the YouTuber was "flashing her pants" on Snapchat.
And said she was showing off her "risqué side".
On Tuesday, the 25-year-old criticised the coverage of her picture. She retweeted and commented on a similar story that appeared on the Daily Mail website.
"Bloody morons. Writing about my PJ's when there are SERIOUS things happening all over the world. SMH," she wrote.
Her fans were also angry at the fact Zoella was being "sexualised".
They weren't having it at ALL. And pretty soon #WeStandWithZoe was created in support of the YouTuber.
People took selfies of themselves in their underwear in support of Zoella.
Her boyfriend even joined in.
On Twitter, people continued to call out The Sun for being sexist.
But mostly, people just took the piss.
Zoella appeared to address the controversy on her Twitter account.
She retweeted this picture in support of her.
And she had this revelation to declare.
Commenting on the reaction, a spokesperson for The Sun said: "This was a fun piece about a girl who is enormously popular with young women sharing a slightly more risque photo to her usual content.
"The Sun was neither criticising nor judging Zoe, and what little controversy there was about the photo came from some of Zoella's followers who suggested it was inappropriate."