Chrissy Teigen is in the middle of a watery war of words after posting a picture of herself taking a bath with her two young children.
“Not pictured: endless bickering,” Teigen captioned the Thursday post on Instagram. The photo showed the trio of Chrissy and her two kids grinning as they posed with soapy bubbles strategically covering their chests.
After sharing the bathtime selfie she found herself fighting with commenters on Instagram. Her fans were divided into two. One were busy criticizing while other fans defended mom’s bathroom photo.
“Nope! Not appropriate in front of your son,” one person wrote. While another commented “Bickering between kids is normal. Taking a bath with your kids is not.” A third follower chimed in, “Some aspects of your life you should keep to yourself Chrissy” and “Not everything is for the world to see. Smh.”
But for every negative comment, there was an overwhelming amount of support for the actress and her family. “Being naked isn’t sexual unless you do something sexual while naked,” one person commented. “If you think that boy is gonna look at his mom’s naked body and think sexual thoughts then that says more about your depravity than it does anything else. The naked body is natural. Not everything is about sex.”
Another added: “Haters gonna be after you for this pic! Which makes me wonder that they are the problem. I see this and all I see is love and the fond memories and bonding you have with your kids.” While one simply said: “Photos of real life! Love it.”
Chrissy has found herself in the middle of many controversies lately. most recently drew criticism for throwing a “Squid Game”-themed party, which was blasted as “tone-deaf.” She also came under fire earlier this year for a cyberbullying scandal when Courtney Stodden, who identifies as non-binary, accused Teigen of once telling them to kill themselves. Teigen quickly made a public apology — though Stodden maintained they had not heard from the “Cravings” author — and said she was “mortified” by the comments she made while in her early 20s.