Twitter has been buzzing this week. Kim Kardashian spawned a major feud with a single nude photo, and now Chrissy Teigen has taken to the social media platform to clap back at her critics, namely VH1.
The media site posted a story online Thursday calling Teigen a hypocrite for posting a series of passionate tweets yesterday. The Sports Illustrated model was seemingly responding to one hater individual who said, "she seems hungry for the spotlight."
(Note: Teigen probably gets thousands of negative tweets every day, so to say she was responding to just one person is probably incorrect.)
The VH1 story tries to prove that by responding, Teigen is just "adding momentum" to the cyberbullies.
Naturally, Teigen responded like a boss:
Obviously this isn't the first time the model and cookbook author has hit back at her haters. She's basically a pro.
In December of last year, she gave the middle finger to her pregnancy critics online with a simple photo, and in April 2014, she went on off on body-shaming commenters.
Most recently, she's had to defend her choice to choose the sex of her unborn baby, because everyone has an opinion. In that sense, Teigen can never win. People want her to engage, but when she does, someone will always have something to say about it.
But at the end of the day, Teigen's aim is never to bully people. She's just trying to keep her followers entertained.
"I mostly try to do it for entertainment purposes," she admitted to HuffPost Live last September. "I don't ever do it to bully somebody."