But you’re meant to feel sorry for Chrissy because she no longer receives the same level of attention from social media.
What a bummer.
She’s “depressed” once more, and she’s the “true victim” in all of this.
What evidence do we have that this is correct?
She, on the other hand, posed a photo of her 7,000-dollar ripped-up trousers while lying on her 55,000-dollar couch after returning from a luxurious two-week trip in Italy.
Do you have any sympathy for her?
Chissy shared the following on Instagram:
This little selfish rich-girl rant about “I’m the victim” did not go over well with her erstwhile fans:
“Cubans are being slaughtered by their government in the streets but did you know that Chrissy Teigen is sad because nobody is paying attention to her on Instagram anymore?”
“Chrissy Teigen has access to tons of shit, can travel anywhere in the world, rich ass friends, kids, a rich 4’8 hubby & yet she’s having a meltdown cause internet strangers aren’t kissing her ass 24/7.”
“john legend really wrote love songs about chrissy teigen…. that’s embarrassing”
“How can Christy Teigen be that desperate for social media attention to the point of depression. Give me Chrissy Teigen‘s money. Y’all would NEVER see me again.“
“Chrissy Teigen has over 13 million followers on twitter and she’s penning letters about how sad she is to be canceled. The madness has to stop.”
“Chrissy Teigen is not a victim. The people on twitter she randomly, inexplicably, maliciously bullied were the victims.”
“Not just Chrissy Teigen, all these celebrities are weird! Y’all have millions of followers, ppl kissing the ground that you walk on but that’s not enough. Everyone has to love you, think you are the most beautiful , one was crying cos a random person called her ugly”
“The ONLY reason Chrissy Teigen is depressed she’s in a “Cancel club” is because she’s not making money. Girl, bye. She’s acting depressed with a pic of herself on a couch as if she just wasn’t in Italy last week”
“What do Chrissy Teigen and Jan. 6 have in common? Despite endless promoting, they’ll never be a thing.”
“i’m in chrissy teigen house unplugging the router”
“Chrissy Teigen has a whole family, so funny that she needs to be here”
“chrissy teigen you don’t have to play hop scotch with dropped power lines in a thunderstorm you can just sip tea in your mansion, watch the rain tickle the infinity pool and try in vain to spend all your money”
“Chrissy Teigen is tired of being “cancelled” and wants “time off her couch” when it’s only been a few weeks and she’s literally just got back from Italy during a pandemic”
As a former public relations professional, I would advise Chrissy to remove all of her social media accounts for a year.
Spend that time volunteering and donating to suicide prevention and internet bullying organizations, as well as enrolling in treatment.
And, at the end of the year, write an op-ed apology to each of her victims, focusing solely on how she harmed them (rather than how it wounded her or made her feel), what she’s learned about suicide and social media bullying, and how she’ll use what she’s learned to assist others.
Then she may make a “comeback” tour as a reformed bully and newly heartfelt advocate for victims of online bullying and harassment, not as “Chrissy,” but as a rehabilitated bully and newly passionate advocate for victims of online bullying and harassment.
That is exactly what she should do, but I doubt she will.