Chrissy Teigen is back on social media, and she brought the drama with her. The TV personality found herself in hot water again after making a joke about bullying.
Previously, Teigen garnered controversy for reported cyberbullying. But a few apologies later, the TV personality must consider it all water under the bridge. In comments on her Twitter page, Teigen reportedly cracked jokes about cyberbullying.
According to Fox News, several followers on Twitter asked Teigen if she planned to apologize to former President Donald Trump. Teigen had been a vocal critic of Trump during his term in office. In response, Teigen made a joke about “bullying” the president.
“Absolutely crying at the amount of you asking if I’m reaching out to the desk of the former president of the United States to apologize for bullying him, the former president of the United States,” she reportedly wrote. “Please never change. I will, but you. You stay.”
Several users responded negatively to Teigen’s comments. One user wrote: “Obviously not taking this very seriously. Very sad.”
Michael Costello Accuses Chrissy Teigen of Bullying
Previously, Courtney Stodden accused Chrissy Teigen of bullying on social media. Stodden leaked alleged messages from Teigen, starting a wave of controversy. Now, add Michael Costello to that list. The designer said Teigen targeted him on social media.
According to Costello, several fake messages containing racist statements had been attributed to him. Teigen reportedly saw these messages and targeted Costello. According to the designer, Teigen wanted to “cancel” him and ruin his business.
“When I reached out to Chrissy Teigen to communicate that I was the victim of a vindictive cyber slander and that everything she thought I was is not who I am, she told me that my career was over and that all my doors will be shut from there on,” Costello told the outlet.
But these days, many think Teigen seems on the verge of being canceled herself. More recently, Piers Morgan went after Teigen in a column, criticizing the TV personality. Morgan also listed several celebrities Teigen has bullied including Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey, and himself.
“It was, as I said at the time, a clear case of one cancel culture rule for the woke brigade and another for everyone else,” he wrote. “If it had been a conservative celebrity who had spewed such repulsive attacks on women, Chrissy Teigen would have led the charge for that person to be shamed, vilified, and canceled. But instead of being canceled, Teigen just carried on abusing people on Twitter.”