Comedian bashes Teigen on one year anniversary of her tragic pregnancy loss
Comedian Heather McDonald is claiming Chrissy Teigen is trying to make her look bad after she publicly took the first shot at the “Cravings” cookbook author on social media.
The feud began when Teigen shared a photo on her Instagram in which she scolded her followers for holding to impossible beauty standards. She notes that, despite her often glamorous lifestyle posts, she ultimately doesn’t care whether a photo of her that goes online is flattering or not.
“I honestly don’t care. Post whatever. I dunno. I don’t care about curating my Instagram to perfection,” he concluded. “I’m a mess, I’m chaotic and this will always reflect, thank you!!”
McDonald’s, comedian and former “Chelsea Lately” regular, took to the comments section to bash the former Sports Illustrated model for what he believed was a demonstrative post that was fishing for compliments.
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She wrote, “This is an unfiltered picture so say whatever you mean so people can write really cool stuff to me because I still look really cool” 3 years ago, Chrissy wrote.
McDonald’s got even harder behind the star, re-sharing the comment on its own Instagram with a caption bashing Teigen.
“I can’t take it. Swipe RT. I just have one of those days where I had to point out #hypocrisy on IG. I can’t be the only one who can see through this BS. Praying for Chrissy.” He comes up with some new ideas.” McDonald’s wrote.
Unfortunately, the day the comedian took his dig at Teigen coincided with the one-year anniversary of Teigen and her husband, John Legend, suffering a pregnancy loss.
In addition to a touching tribute about her son, Teigen took to her Instagram Story later that day, where she commented on McDonald’s without naming him directly.
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“I didn’t sleep at all last night, as John can attest. I was sick, sobbing, because my phone lost my baby exactly 1 year ago to the memory of being in the hospital,” she wrote. According) page six) “So maybe I’m a little sensitive today but f—off.”
She continued: “Why do people follow people they hate on us? [sic] beyond me.”
talking to tmzMcDonald’s was undeterred by the revelation that he beat Teigen on the one-year anniversary of the tragic incident. She told the outlet that she believes being sad for her son is a strategic move on Teigen’s part designed to completely sabotage his looks. She also noted that she doesn’t feel bad about her comment because technically it had nothing to do with Teigen’s son.
Still, some have called McDonald’s on social media for being insensitive to Teigen at a time when the author had bigger things on her mind than the social media feud.
Teigen is actively trying to avoid these exact types of social media feuds even after being the subject of controversy this summer amid allegations of cyberbullying. Many who have been the target of her vitriol on social media in the past began to note that the star’s social media presence was often toxic, prompting Teigen to issue a lengthy apology on Medium in which she said that She will try to do better going forward. .
“I was a troll, full stop. And I’m so sorry,” he wrote at the time.
“I will not beg your apology, only your patience and tolerance,” concluded the star. “I ask that you allow me, as I promise to allow you, the opportunity to acknowledge past mistakes and seek self-improvement and change.”