Aside from being half of a celebrity #relationshipgoals couple and really good at Twitter, Chrissy Teigen is also a successful and pretty damn awesome cook. She once even managed to make pho! Do you know how difficult it is to make pho? The broth alone requires like one thousand hours and several tablespoons of magic potion to create.
She’s also the creator of Cravings, a best-selling cookbook full of Teigen’s favorite sinful recipes, curated and collected over a lifetime.
Which brings us to yesterday, when Teigen echoed the sentiments of many on Twitter in response to the site’s updated 280-character limit.
I will NEVER use 280 characters nor will I favorite or retweet a tweet with them. THIS IS MY FIGHT SONG— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) November 8, 2017
To which some dude, inexplicably, replied that she can’t cook. Why, my guy? Why? Why?
This in turn prompted a fan to be like, how do you even know that, bro?
To which the haterade-sluggin’ Grapeseed replied using his…280 characters.
If you know Chrissy Teigen, you know she doesn’t stand for nonsense on her social medias. She dropped some knowledge on Grapeseed.
Also, I think I speak for all of us when I say, ditto what Bonshaquita said.
Chrissy fans digitally fist-pumped her response to the troll:
tfw some rando dude on twitter feels the need to ATTEMPT to insult you, just because.— Stacey Cullen ?️? (@staceyselkie) November 8, 2017
ain’t nobody dulling Chrissy’s shine tho. ??♀️
Rule #1 of twitter:— Kyle Byquist (@kylebyquist) November 8, 2017
??Do ?? not ?? come ?? at ?? the?? QUEEN ??
Whereas others reminded her of that time like three hours prior when she said, “I will NEVER use 280 characters nor will I favorite or retweet a tweet with them.”