Chrissy Teigen is done being canceled. And she is doing a media tour to let everyone know that she needs her online validation and she needs it back now.
It has been 100 days of sobriety (kudos) and repent for the wife of John Legend — who otherwise, to date, has shown no other known talent. The outspoken social media personality has said that she has ‘done the work’ and is ready to be worshiped again.
“I feel like I’ve done the work and I just hope these people can forgive and be able to welcome the fact that hopefully they’ve seen me be better,” was her actual quote.
Anyways, like everyone who is fueled by Twitter glory and social justice, Teigen was exposed as a hypocrite with her own past tweets directed at Courtney Stodden, and others.
It was revealed that Teigen would privately DM Stodden and tell her “to kill myself.” Stay classy, Chrissy. Well, whatever, Teigen ‘apologized‘ in May and again in June after additional tweets surfaced — because everyone who tells you that you are a toxic racist, is probably a toxic racist and is over compensating. Teigen at least acknowledged that she had been a “troll,” faced her own cancelation over it. And she is DONE with her life of irrelevance.
“You just throw things out there and you don’t really think about the impact and the person on the other side,” Teigen said. “I think about how much I’ve changed — just in the past year — how much I’ve grown and learned.”
Really, it is how much money she has lost because of her own actions.
What do they call it… accountability culture, not cancel culture? Or something.
ANYWAYS… Teigen would have continued to be the same asshole on social media if someone didn’t push back on her. Now that she has been forced to look in the mirror (which would be horrid, I am sure) she didn’t like what she saw.
She added in other cliches.
“You learn so much in the moments where you do lose so much — you lose it all, your world is kind of turned upside down,” she said. “For me, it was a big moment of: Wow, I need to find out how I can be better. How I can grow from this. Learn from this.'”
She went on to say that she also reached out to numerous other people that she bullied and that they accepted her apology.
Good for those people. They were the bigger person.
Also, lastly, good for Teigen on 100 days of sobriety. If she needed that aspect of her life adjusted and made the change that is commendable.
“Obviously, [being around] someone like John who … is so respected and so beloved and so loved, I was like: I can’t be the messy one. This is embarrassing,” she concluded.
It is true. John is kind of boring and personality-less, so if your personality is being wasted, it is not a good look.
But, we are still rooting for you to stay canceled. The culture that you and your kind have created is now being applied back and those people don’t like it.
100 days? Nah. You stay canceled. We will tell you when timeout is over.