Chrissy Teigen Has No Patience for Angry Troll Who Called Her Classless — See Her Response
TV personality Chrissy Teigen has hit back after being labeled by a Twitter troll as "Classless." Clearly, the wife of John Legend wants to cut back unnecessary negativity.
On December 8, Chrissy Teigen took to Twitter to announce that she was replacing a picture of her Quibi show "Chrissy's Court" as her Twitter header since the streaming service is now defunct.
After posting the Tweet, a user quickly took to the comments section and wrote that they plan to unfollow Teigen because the supermodel goes on about everything.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images
"I didn't say anything horrible about you. What you just did was really classless."
A fan of Teigen then swooped to her defense, telling the user to be more sociable. But the troll replied that 160 tweets within one hour were too much and that the way she responded was "classless."
At that point, Teigen could not stop herself from firing back at her troll. The model wrote: "I haven't tweeted for 3 days, then said 6 things. Lolllllll you are weird and angry."
The star explained that the hamster died some time ago.
To prove that Teigen had tweeted multiple times in the past hour, the user then posted a screenshot. But another fan told the user that this rather just implied that 160 tweets contain Teigen's name.
In a follow-up tweet, Teigen explained that she had plotted a plan, posting a clip of a Christmas stocking hanging on the mantel with a name stitched onto it: "New P. Butter."
The star explained that the hamster died some time ago. She also offered further clarification to answer a question concerning how she managed to get a new stocking made so rapidly.
Meanwhile, in November, Teigen, who tied the knot with Legend in 2013, defended Meghan Markle against a troll who criticized the Duchess of Sussex for her miscarriage essay.
Teigen made her professional modeling debut in 2010 in the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. The star later appeared on the 50th-anniversary cover four years later.