John Legend is breaking his silence after his wife, Chrissy Teigen, publically apologized for cyberbullying several people on Twitter over the years, including several famous women.
The legendary singer has been tight-lipped since the start of the bullying scandal, except for liking and commenting on his wife’s lengthy message about learning from this experience and taking responsibility for her actions.
The singer was snapped by photographers in West Hollywood on Tuesday, and it appeared he was in great spirits. Legend was sporting a big grin as he walked up to her car. The paparazzi asked him a few questions, and he was very polite in answering.
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The ‘All Of Me’ singer was questioned directly about his wife’s online bullying and her apology. In the end, the papp was straight to the point, asking “How’s Chrissy doing?”
In the video, John answers without hesitation, “she is doing great.”
As we reported, Chrissy issued a lengthy apology for her actions on Twitter which included nasty messages to Courtney Stodden and Farrah Abraham. ‘Project Runway’ star Michael Costello also got in on the action saying he was the victim of Teigen’s cyberbullying.
“Not a day, not a single moment has passed where I haven’t felt the crushing weight of regret for the things I’ve said in the past,” Chrissy wrote.
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Not everyone is accepting of Teigen’s apology, including Farrah Abraham who says she hasn’t heard from the supermodel — after saying she reached out to most of her targets.
“As you’re asking yourself ‘Did Chrissy ever apologize to Farrah’, hypocritically as such at this time no she has not. As a reminder, Chrissy ended her light-hearted post, so similarly to her past remarks with taking care of her family and herself. So I understand the time it will take to really be beyond her past behavior,” Farrah reacted.
Adding, “An apology maybe due to me only in Chrissy’s eyes but as a mother there’s also an apology due to my child who has to witness the aftermath of remarks publicly that not only affects her mom but her. This mentally affects children and their time with their mothers. Those who hurt mothers are also responsible for hurting their children,”