Chrissy Teigen hilariously fires back at mom-shamer
Don't mess with the social media queen
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You'd have to be a fool to think you could call Chrissy Teigen out on social media and get away with it—you'll only fuel her witty fire. Luckily for us, those fools run rampant.
The model and author once took time out of her busy day to fire back at someone for giving unsolicited advice on her haircut, so when an Instagram user decided to comment on her mothering, it's no surprise Teigen had a great comeback.
The comment was on her husband John Legend's sweet photo of his family backstage during a taping of 'The Voice,' where the singer will be a coach in season 16. It shows their two-year-old daughter Luna smiling alongside her grandma, and Teigen cradling five-month-old Miles, while feeding him with a bottle.
Ignoring the funny and adorable caption Legend included, one user had their eyes trained only on Teigen. "You no longer breastfeed?" they asked.
Naturally, Teigen couldn't let the nosy question go. She responded in the comments, "John never breastfed Miles," simultaneously drawing a chuckle and dismissing the question entirely.
Though we obviously hope people stop intruding on Teigen and her family's private and personal details, we can also take comfort in knowing that she'll always have an amazing clapback ready to fire off when it inevitably happens again.
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