Supermodel Chrissy Teigen might have the confidence to throw on a bikini and pose for the camera, but that doesn’t mean she’s not hurt by rude comments.
The 28-year-old, who’s very open about her personal life on social media, has called out a few Twitter and Instagram followers after they poked fun at her weight.
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The rant began Thursday afternoon.
“Honestly f—k you all. Why do I even open anything up to you,” she wrote after a photo collage of her on an MTV photo shoot sparked abusive tweets and Instagram comments. She rocked a crop top and skirt in the four-framed photo.
One person asked her: “You gained weight?”
Another followers chimed in: “Putting on that weight momma.”
And that’s when John Legend’s wifey really let loose.
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“In what other real life situation would you walk up to someone and tell them they’re fat or gained weight? Seriously you are POS,” she said.
In what other real life situation would you walk up to someone and tell them they're fat or gained weight? Seriously you are POS.— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) April 25, 2014
In what other real life situation would you walk up to someone and tell them they're fat or gained weight? Seriously you are POS.
She followed that up with this tweet: “I don’t know why I am always surprised when you let me down. I gotta get used to this s—t.”
A third tweet read: “It’s amazing to me that I am told to get over the a—holes but the a—holes are never told to stop being pieces of s—t.”
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She let her 414,000 followers know she was having a bad day when she uploaded a video titled “Honestly kill me today.”
Please send me photos that make you happy— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) April 25, 2014
Please send me photos that make you happy
It’s not the first time the bombshell has been hit with rude remarks on social media.
She opened up to Las Vegas magazine last year, admitting those comments can sting.
“I learned a long time ago not to Google myself,” she said. “But I read all the comments on my blog. I don’t really care if people say they don’t like the way I look or something like that. But if they say who do I think I am offering cooking advice or offering political opinions, then it can really hurt.”
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