Chrissy Teigen has proved time and time again that she is not one to back down from a fight. If someone comes at her or anyone in her family, she will clap back.
The same went for the Internet trolls who criticized People after naming John Legend as the Sexiest Man Alive. It looks like the trolls are back.
This time they’re criticizing Teigen’s outfit choices.
“On set with my stylist,” Teigen wrote on an Instagram picture of she and her daughter Luna on set. However, according to PopCulture, fans were more focused on the open top she was wearing.
“Jesus cover up your daughter is right there,” one fan commented, to whose words Teigen herself replied. “She sucked it for months and doesn’t mind it much,” she replied.
“Do you ever wear underwear?” another asked.
“U cold up there?” Teigen jokingly replied.
Teigen also took to Twitter to shut down the haters.
“Imagine thinking my 3-year-old is offended by a boob she sucked on for months. F—ing weirdos!” she tweeted.
Teigen showed haters once again that they can’t away with messing with her. Fans also came to her defense in the comments section of the Instagram pic.
“HAHAHAHAHAHAHA ugh idiots,” former ‘Pretty Little Liar’ star Shay Mitchell in response to the trolls.
“Of course a man looks at a sweet moment between a mother and daughter and can only see breasts. ?,” a fan responded.
“Why is it so wrong to show HER daughter to be comfortable with herself? Why can’t she raise HER children the way she wants to?” one fan asked.
“Jesus… why should a women or parent cover their bodies like their ashamed. It’s only boobs,” one person wrote in response to one of Teigen’s detractors. “Children should learn their bodies aren’t shameful best way is for their parents to not be ashamed of theirs. Lighten up man it’s 2019,” another fan commented.
“Beautiful photo. Don’t listen to the negative comments,” another wrote.
“Why are people, even still women, continuing to be such Puritans when it comes to a healthy, womanly body?” the fan wrote. “Especially when, like [Teigen] says that those breasts on such tasteful display nourished her child for so long? If a child grows up afraid of seeing her own mother’s body, how is she ever going to accept her own growing body and ‘all it’s curves and imperfections’ (John Legend)…?”