Chrissy Teigen Clapped Back After Being Accused Of Holding Luna Wrong
Don't tell Chrissy Teigen how to hold her own daughter unless you want an ass-whopping in the form of a Twitter clap back.
The 30-year-old model and mother took to Twitter to put a hater in their place after being criticized for the way she was holding baby Luna. A Twitter user lashed out at Chrissy saying, “This is NOT how a baby is held.”
The photo featured Chrissy Teigen carrying 6-month-old Luna en route to a car in New York City alongside husband John Legend. Let's just say Chrissy did NOT take the criticism lightly.
The model instantly clapped back at the Twitter user, saying,
Really because that's how I'm fucking holding her.
One second. I have the perfect gif for this…
Yeah, obnoxious, confrontational Twitter user, consider yourself OWNED. The Twitter feud didn't stop there, either. The user responded, adding,
I don't give a crap where that baby popped out from! Do not hold a baby like a handbag!
Well, you hold your handbag like a fucking idiot then.
If you thought the feud would fizzle out by now, you were wrong. I don't know why Chrissy didn't just hit the block button sooner, but she didn't… So we were blessed with this gem of a tweet in response to Chrissy:
Nothing grinds my tits like a person holding a baby inappropriately! I almost grew up deformed 'cause I dislocated my arm for 2 days as a baby!
Holy tit-grinder, Batman! No one cares — and definitely NOT Chrissy T.
Teigen responded saying,
Let me know how you hold your baby when she's about [to get] into a stroller and there are 20 camera flashes at night. Photos are literally split-second moments in time that evolve. I despise mommy shamers. I am a proud shamer of mommy shamers.
Finally, Luna's mommy ended her clap back moment with, “Please, do shut up.”
I think we all learned a pretty valuable lesson here — DON'T tell Chrissy Teigen how to hold or baby (or do anything for that matter). She's completely capable on her own, Twitter.
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