Chrissy Teigen is a model, a mom, and a wife of the famous singer, John Legend. She is also obsessed with targeting and bullying anyone she sets her sights on. For years, the mainstream media has looked the other way while the woman who Target chose to sponsor their products tweeted unimaginable filth on a regular basis to President Trump and those who defended him.
In this tweet, Ellen Degeneres’ producer Andy Lassner, who is equally vile, attempted to encourage others to get a name Teigen called President Trump trending on Twitter by retweeting it:
In another tweet, Teigen wrote: “Just realized I am at a Starbucks inside a trump building. I knew it smelled psychotic and racist here.” We’re not sure what that means, but it certainly doesn’t seem like something any respectable public figure, young mother, and wife of a popular singer would tweet.
President Trump responded to Teigen’s constant, unfounded attacks on him with a tweet where he referred to her as John Legend’s “filthy-mouthed wife.”
“President” Biden, who embraces people like Cardi B, arguably the vilest of all entertainers, followed Teigen’s Twitter account after she whined on Twitter about being blocked by President Trump.
Shortly after Biden’s “win,” Teigen removed herself from Twitter. Unfortunately, it didn’t last long. Teigen’s return to Twitter prompted her famous husband to defend her in a People interview, where he attempted to make his wife look like a victim of the circumstances she, herself created.
my baby gets it https://t.co/wSEajTAP6h
— chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) May 5, 2021
But that’s not the end of the bully model’s story…
Yesterday, Target announced that they will no longer be carrying Teigen’s cookware line.
Target confirmed the move to Page Six: “We made the mutual decision in December to no longer carry the cookware line, given our continued focus on brands we develop and that can only be found at Target.” (Teigen’s line of cookbooks, however, is still available on Target’s website.)
10 years ago, 16-year-old Courtney Stodden became famous when she married a 50-year-old actor Doug Hutchison.
Buzzfeed reported about the regret Stodden feels for the decision she made as a young teenage girl and about the fallout from her marriage to the 50-yr-old:
The media and the world at large responded horribly. Instead of helping a child escape a relationship that was clearly not right, people mocked, slut-shamed, and blamed Courtney for the situation. The couple divorced last year, and Courtney has since opened up about the harrowing experience, writing on Instagram: “I look back at this picture and feel absolutely taken advantage of.”
On her Instagram account, Courtney Stodden shared that she’s spent her entire life being bullied.
“I’ve never felt like I ever fit in anywhere. I was bullied horribly in school because I was different. The other girls never understood me. It got so bad that my mom pulled me out of school. And still, i don’t fit in. I never really connected with anyone my age.”
In an interview with the Daily Beast, Courtney called out Chrissy Teigen for vile private messages she sent the 16-year-old, after mercilessly attacking her on Twitter.
“[Chrissy] wouldn’t just publicly tweet about wanting me to take ‘a dirt nap’ but would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself. Things like, ‘I can’t wait for you to die,’” they alleged.
Conservative Candace Owens called out the vile model and wife of John Legend for telling a 16-year-old to kill herself:
Owens is 100% correct. It’s really quite amazing how much the press is willing to forgive when it comes to leftists in the entertainment business. No grown woman should ever get a pass for this kind of behavior.
ARTICLE SOURCE : 100percentfeedup.com