The model, 35, branded the troll ‘weird and angry’ on Wednesday after they took umbrage with her posting a series of tweets after a three day absence from the site.
The feud began when Chrissy tweeted: ‘Guess I should change my chrissy’s court header lol goodbye quibi, only I understood uuuuuu.’
Fury: Chrissy Teigen has hit back at a Twitter troll after they accused her of ‘going on about everything’ on the social media platform (pictured January)
The user responded: ‘It’s official. I followed you on IG and here…. at first I thought you had funny interesting stories but now I realize you just go on about EVERYTHING. Unfollow on both.
They added: ‘But 160 tweets within one hour is in my opinion too much. However the way she responded was completely classless.
Chrissy retorted: ‘I haven’t tweeted for 3 days, then said 6 things. Lolllllll you are weird and angry.’
The star was supported by fans after slamming the troll with one writing: ‘I guess I just don’t understand what about your tweet could get somebody so irritated? And why they have to announce their departure. Yup, weird & angry.’
Oh no: The model, 35, branded the troll ‘weird and angry’ on Wednesday after they took umbrage with her posting a series of tweets after a three day absence from the site
Spat: The feud began when Chrissy tweeted: ‘Guess I should change my chrissy’s court header lol goodbye quibi, only I understood uuuuuu’
No holds barred: Chrissy retorted: ‘I haven’t tweeted for 3 days, then said 6 things. Lolllllll you are weird and angry’
The model suffered a devastating miscarriage 20 weeks into her pregnancy in September, and shared heart-wrenching black and white images of herself in hospital moments after they lost their baby son, Jack.
All Of Me singer John, 41, told the Times T2 magazine that he admires his wife even more now because of the bravery she showed in her decision, despite feeling ‘nervous’ to take the images at the time.
Chrissy later revealed she asked John to take the ‘uncomfortable’ pictures because she ‘needed to know the moment forever’ and admitted she knew that he ‘hated doing it’.
Speaking to the publication, John said: ‘I was nervous when we were taking pictures in the hospital because emotionally I didn’t know if I could handle looking at them.
‘But I really do believe that it was good for Chrissy to share her story with people.’
Love: Days earlier, her husband John Legend publicly expressed his admiration how Chrissy publicly shared her experience with baby loss
John took some of the images shared in their social media posts, one of which shows Chrissy sobbing while sitting in her hospital bed. While another captures the devastated spouses cradling their baby’s body.
John revealed that since Chrissy shared their experience they have received an overwhelming reaction from people who have been through the same thing.
He said: ‘Her being willing to share has opened up the conversation and made people feel they are not alone. It made me admire her even more because of the bravery she showed.’
Heartbreaking: Chrissy suffered a devastating miscarriage in September, and soon shared heart-wrenching images of herself in hospital moments after they lost their baby son, Jack
Pics: John, 41, told the Times T2 magazine that he admires his wife even more now because of the bravery she showed in her decision, despite feeling ‘nervous’ to take the images at the time
John also admitted that it serves as a reminder that although the family appear to lead the ‘perfect’ life, they are very much human and experience loss and tragedy.
John and Chrissy share children, Luna, four, and Miles, two.
At the time, Chrissy posted alongside the images taken by John: ‘We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we’ve never felt before. We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite bags and bags of blood transfusions. It just wasn’t enough.
‘We never decide on our babies’ names until the last possible moment after they’re born, just before we leave the hospital. But we, for some reason, had started to call this little guy in my belly Jack. So he will always be Jack to us. Jack worked so hard to be a part of our little family, and he will be, forever.
‘To our Jack – I’m so sorry that the first few moments of your life were met with so many complications, that we couldn’t give you the home you needed to survive. We will always love you.
‘Thank you to everyone who has been sending us positive energy, thoughts and prayers. We feel all of your love and truly appreciate you.
On a more serious note, the best-selling cookbook author described how her grief had distorted her perception of the world and ability to perform everyday activities.
‘I already see the leaves as orange instead of grey, realized the sky is indeed blue and not black,’ she noted. ‘And horn honks on my forced morning walks only bring me to my knees half the time.’
She continued: ‘I can make it up my stairs only stopping once or twice instead of every other, and can get out of the bathtub all by myself as long as I have the promise john will dry me off.’
In conclusion, Chrissy wrote: ‘I think it’s happening,’ in reference to finding her way toward healing.
Healing: Chrissy said she is pushing through emotional and physical pain as she begins to heal
Her post came just days after she and her husband spoke about their decision to share intimate and the images of their miscarriage.
Before the couple lost their unborn baby boy the writer suffered a month of bleeding as a result of a weak placenta.
While John again admitted he was ‘worried’ about documenting such an agonising moment, he praised his wife’s ‘courage’, noting that their decision to speak out so publicly ‘meant so much to so many people’.
‘I didn’t know that we could experience this grief and also share it, but when we did, it really meant so much to so many people and it was such a powerful experience for me to learn that, and I’m just grateful that my wife was courageous enough to do it,’ John explained in an interview with Good Morning Americas Michael Strahan.
‘I was worried, I was like, I don’t want to commemorate this pain. But the crazy thing about having a miscarriage is you don’t walk away with anything, you have this emptiness, and we wanted to take the photos so we had something to remember him by.’
Help: Chrissy recently hit out at critics of the photos, insisting that they were only ever intended to provide comfort to others who have experienced a similar loss
Chrissy hit out at critics of the photos, insisting that she ‘doesn’t care’ about anyone who was ‘offended or disgusted’ by them because they were only ever intended to provide comfort to others who have experienced a similar loss.
‘I don’t care if you were offended or disgusted. I understand it could be that way for people, [but] it’s designed for the people that were hurting,’ she said, despite noting that ‘John was very uncomfortable taking them’.
Although Chrissy says she is still experiencing ‘complete and utter grief’ in the wake of Jack’s death, she praised all of the people who have shared words of support and love, revealing that she has been sent ‘thousands of letters’ from fans since her miscarriage.
‘I have thousands of letters written to me, and obviously it’s so painful to go through something like this as a woman, something that was inside your body that you were nurturing and taking care of, but obviously there’s a father involved and the support for the both of us has just been so beautiful, so incredible.’
She added that the experience has helped to renew her faith in people’s kindness, enabling her to see that ‘the world is inherently good’.
The heart-wrenching experience has also helped to bring the couple – who married in 2013 – closer together, as well as helping to strengthen their bond with their two children.
‘I just know that I love my wife more than ever,’ John said. ‘We’ve been through so many challenges together and they’ve made us strong, and I know that doesn’t always happen when people go through tragedy.
In the wake of their devastating loss, Chrissy and John have now partnered with Ronald McDonald House Charities, an initiative that works with families who have sick children, ensuring that they can remain together throughout treatment without having to worry about astronomical medical bills.
‘As long as you care for children, there’s nothing else you need to do aside from be a part of this initiative because this is bipartisan,’ Chrissy said of their decision to team up with the charity. ‘Loving your children and wanting the best for your children and wanting to keep families together for us is insanely important.
Parents: John and Chrissy are the proud parents of daughter, Luna, four, and son Miles, two