Chrissy Teigen previously made headlines following a backlash from online trolls over past Twitter posts.
Being a celebrity or social media influencer in the media spotlight is not an easy job.
Posting on social media comes with a lot of responsibilities from voicing your opinion about important issues to creating an online community with dedicated followers.
However, celebs often become a target of online trolling and that looks to be the case with Chrissy Teigen.
Over the last few months, Chrissy has been targeted by social media trolls who have continued to spread messages of hate – and many have continued with their online attacks following the devastating news that she had lost her baby.
Chrissy Teigen deletes tweets
Chrissy Teigen has deleted 60,000 tweets from her account following backlash from social media users.
Taking to Twitter, she revealed:
“I actually deleted 60,000 tweets because I cannot f**king STAND you, idiots, anymore and I’m worried for my family. Finding me talking about toddlers and tiaras [TV series] in 2013 and thinking you’re some sort of f**king operative.”
In a previous Twitter post, Chrissy spoke out about other accusations from her followers. She tweeted:
“Every time I post food, some q anon loser asks if it contains baby. I’m honestly just gonna start posting things to drive them even more bats**t insane. Also like, was I on the island, do I eat babies, or just put them on my skin, or am a pedo?? like I’m everything? pick a lane.”
Chrissy’s deleted tweets
Chrissy’s tweets are no longer available, however, some people have continued to flood Twitter with screenshots of the now-deleted posts (please note the content and language from other Twitter users).
According to a report from Elle, the model has received backlash over the last few years after photoshopped images of her and John Legend allegedly showed them on Jeffrey Epstein’s plane.
The Sun has further reported that Chrissy has denied the claims, saying that she hasn’t visited Epstein’s private island in the US Virgin Islands.
In a Twitter post in October last year, Chrissy wrote:
“Like someone there is a chicken scratch list of with “epStEin FLIGHT loGs” and wrote down jon + crissy and now they all believe this.”
Chrissy’s account is private
As a result of the backlash, Chrissy has blocked over one million followers from her account.
The model explained that thanks to a Twitter block chain she has been able to block followers from viewing or responding to her tweets.
She wrote: “Went private! welcome to my club. Exclusive to 13 million!”
She continues to ignore the backlash
Months after Chrissy Teigen deleted the 60,000 tweets, it still continues to be a trending topic of conversation on social media.
Fans continue to discuss the nature of the deleted tweets, and share screenshots of them around Twitter despite Chrissy’s mocking of people that obsess over them.
Many of Chrissy’s fans have slammed the trolls, saying that this online hate should stop and that people need to give the model a break.
Chrissy, who lost her third baby with husband John Legend, has been attacked by some Twitter users for sharing her pregnancy loss on social media.
Many of her fans have slammed those tweets, saying that Chrissy is brave for sharing such a vulnerable part of her life.