Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' daughter Scout Willis took a stand in NYC and walked around topless. Though the act is legal in the big apple, it is not on Instagram. Willis disagrees with this controversial policy, and Rihanna is right behind her. Keep reading to find out what they are doing about it!

Willis was spotted in the Lower East Side browsing produce topless at a local supermarket. She shared a picture with her twitter followers, captioned:

"Legal in NYC but not on @instagram."

She then added, "What @instagram won't let you see #FreeTheNipple."

This comes on the heels of Barbadian beauty Rihanna almost getting kicked off the photo sharing app after posting topless photos from a shoot. The "Take Care" songstress posed nude for French magazine Lui and wanted to share with fans. Instagram deleted the snaps and threatened to shut down her account.

Riri instead took to twitter to share with her followers.

Willis said her account was deleted as well after posting topless photos to the site. She uploaded a picture of an e-mail explaining she can reactivate if she follows the rules.

"We are happy to reactivate your account without the images that don't meet our policies. Instagram is made up of community members like you - and we want to ensure that we are providing the best experience that we can," it read.

"Thank you again for reaching out, and we hope this helps. We really appreciate your position on this matter!" it concluded.

Instagram explains in its terms of service that "You may not post violent, nude, partially nude, discriminatory, unlawful, infringing, hateful, pornographic or sexually suggestive photos or other content."

However, it allows pictures of violence and innuendo. Breast cancer survivors or women breastfeeding is considered violation by the site.

Will you join the #FreeTheNipple Instagram campaign? Sound off in the comments section below!