By now you know that Chrissy Teigen is the queen of comebacks. But in case you don’t, we have further proof. When a Twitter user criticized her Met Gala gown, she clapped back with an equally salty insult.
— Mister NuffSaid (@MisterNuffsaid) May 2, 2017
“Chrissy Teigen looking like someone’s kid’s crappy arts and craft project,” a Twitter user who goes by “Mister NuffSaid” wrote in response to the custom Marchesa black-and-white floral and embroidered lace gown with a semi-sheer train that she wore to the famed fashion event.
Your beard has right angles, waldo https://t.co/lF9dIWrfyt
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) May 2, 2017
Teigen, not one to ignore a troll, gave him a taste of his own medicine with a totally random, yet completely accurate, follow-up tweet. “Your beard has right angles, waldo,” she wrote in response. It is true that his facial hair has an oddly symmetrical and angular shape to it. And we’re guessing she referred to him as Waldo because of his beanie, the type of hat that the Where’s Waldo? character also wears.
Teigen’s fans also rushed to her aid, as though she needed any.
— amanda / BDAY GIRL (@harryscabello) May 2, 2017
The model and mother might as well be named the Troll Hunter, as it seems she always has a comeback in her back pocket for her critics.
Right after her American Music Awards wardrobe malfunction in November 2016, a Twitter troll asked Teigen why she didn’t have pubic hair, making an inappropriate joke about vaginas looking like they belong to an adult, not a child, and she didn’t hesitate to respond. “This comment is 10,000 times more jarring and disrespectful and creepy and gross than a side flash,” Teigen responded.
@DieselxNash this comment is 10,000 times more jarring and disrespectful and creepy and gross than a side flash.
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) November 23, 2016
Recently, when commenters attacked her family, she posted a screengrab of several comments and wrote, “Imagine being this miserable. We are fine, thanks.”
Imagine being this miserable. We are fine, thanks. pic.twitter.com/NNmlJWxKE6
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) March 10, 2017
Bottom line: If Teigen wants your opinion, she’ll ask for it.
Oh, and if her gown were designed by a child doing arts and crafts, that tot could have been next year’s Met Gala honoree. ‘Nuff said.
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