Chrissy Teigen Claps Back at Social Media Troll Who Calls Her "Fatty" and "Chubby"

Chrissy Teigen Claps Back at Social Media Troll Who Calls Her “Fatty” and “Chubby”

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Chrissy Teigen claps back as troll who calls her fatty and chubby
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Being in the spotlight can cause fans to speak their mind when it comes to appearance. So when a photo of Chrissy Teigen was posted on Twitter, an online troll decided to attack the mom of two for her weight. While Chrissy is known for being active on social media and for her self-deprecating humor, she wasn’t taking it from this particular mean person.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi posted a photo of herself with Chrissy and her husband John Legend and that’s when the comments started.

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“Fatty Tiegan at it again, attacking Ivanka Trump because she posts photos of her kids. Well, instead of Chubby Tiegan stuffing her face, she needs to realize Ivanka & her kids aren’t illegals. How many illegals have multi millionaire Chubby Tiegan & her husband sponsored? NONE!” the post read.

It was followed by, “Tiegan likes to attack people, so i’m attacking her weight, chubby needs to get to the gym.”

Chrissy saw the comment and took the time to reply.

“I hate to say this but…you are not a small person? also I don’t care about my weight sooooo this does not hurt,” she wrote.

Actress Tracy Gold, best known for her role as Carol Sever on Growing Pains, spoke up in defense of Chrissy.

so sorry you have to deal with pathetic insecure men. You are beautiful,” she wrote.

Chrissy, who is mom to daughter Luna (3) and son Miles, has been open about her weight gain following the birth of her children and loves her new shape.

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“Honestly, I don’t ever have to be in a swimsuit again,” Chrissy said in a interview with Women’s Health. “Since I was 20 years old, I had this weight in my mind that I am, or that I’m supposed to be. I’ve been so used to that number for 10 years now. And then I started realizing it was a swimsuit-model weight. There’s a very big difference between wanting to be that kind of fit and wanting to be happy-fit.”

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