Chrissy Teigen makes a hilarious public statement about her nip slip

Chrissy Teigen takes to Twitter to talk about a wardrobe malfunction. (Photo: Getty Images)
Chrissy Teigen takes to Twitter to talk about a wardrobe malfunction. (Photo: Getty Images)

Chrissy Teigen is known for being a sharer — whether it’s her every thought posted on Twitter or her marvelous recipes in her cookbook. But in a series of Snapchats posted by the model on Wednesday night, she might have shared a little too much.

After opting out of going to the Dodgers game, Teigen stayed home to make chili dogs and get a spray tan, both of which she documented on her social media. Amidst getting the darker color, however, she had a nip slip. Of course, the social media savvy mother-of-one neglected to notice the NSFW moment herself. Fortunately, she has millions of fans and one amazing assistant who informed her of the incident and took care of it. She even let the whole situation play out on Twitter.

“Whoops” was the first of Teigen’s tweets that alerted fans to her own awareness of the occurrence. And while fans replied expressing how they wanted to tell her, but simply didn’t know how, Teigen followed up with a screenshot of the little birdie that informed her.

“What is it like being an assistant in Hollywood, you ask?” Teigen hilariously tweeted along with a screenshot of a conversation with hers that shows the less-than-glamorous aspects of the job. “FYI your nipple was fully out in one of your snaps,” Teigen’s assistant Christine texted. “I deleted it.”

Gone, but not forgotten, Teigen’s nipple is. Which is why she decided to come out with a PSA.

“I just want to apologize to everyone I know. I’ve let my friends down, I’ve let my family down. Um, I have nipples. It’s not something I’m proud of…” Teigen says in the hilarious video, which mocks the stern reaction she received from everyone shocked by the quick snap.

In the end, Teigen has once again used her humor to remind people that a nip slip is not a big deal. The one issue that does still need to be addressed, however, is when that assistant will get a text back.

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