Chrissy Teigen has a lot of things going against her. Just last month, we reported that Michael Costello had allegedly faked screenshots against Teigen, and claimed that she had blacklisted him from the modelling industry, which had in turn led him to be suicidal. She also has beef with Farrah Abraham, but who doesn’t?
Those feuds are not the only controversies that have graced the life of Teigen as of late. As she is known to be an abrasive and coarse figure on social media due to her treatment of her fans, and she recently expressed that she is tried of feeling cancelled on social media.
It seems that Teigen has taken to being calm and collective while handling online criticism. She recently posted a video on her Instagram story to address her haters. She paid special attention to those who claim that she deletes their comments to her posts.
Two things that I think are funny right now, people in my comments that are mad that there’s not enough angry comments in my comments. They think that I delete them, but like what? That’s like next level hater, when you’re mad that there’s not enough hate. You’re crazy. If I leave a comment underneath somebody’s photo, even if it’s nice. ‘You look great! I love this outfit!’ People get all sorts of mad, because I am alive. And that’s two things I think are funny.
While she is handling this situation like a pro, Teigen herself had to go through a rough time after Courtney Stodden took to accusing her of cyberbullying her with a screenshot of a message from Teigen herself, which said “I can’t wait for you to die.” Teigen went on to apologize and said that she had the worst punishment anyone can have in this situation, “the ultimate ‘sit here and think about what you’ve done.“
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