I don’t know why people think they can trifle with Queen Chrissy and leave without their ass in their hands.
Today’s first cautionary tale happened yesterday when Teigen, author of cookbooks and lover of food, shared the following drama in four acts:
a bedtime story pic.twitter.com/GWwsoA5y78— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) February 12, 2018
RELATABLE. Who hasn’t accidentally dropped food on the floor? Someone asked Teigen what she did with the floor food and she responded, “oh I ate it I don’t care.” Then, A WILD DUMBASS ENTERS.
All you do is eat, sleep, shit, and spend other people's money. My perfect partner. 😆— Scott Junior Tabo. (@JuniorTabz) February 12, 2018
Teigen responded perfectly:
my money. pic.twitter.com/MlM2pXxYw4— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) February 12, 2018
Now we move on to Bari Weiss. Who is that?
"The hard left is basically saying it's okay if a few innocent men go down with the ship if that's what it takes to bring down the patriarchy. They hate zero tolerance on the right when it comes to drug policy but they love zero tolerance when it comes to sexual misconduct." pic.twitter.com/o2hJbvl9iK— Real Time (@RealTimers) February 10, 2018
After Olympic Athlete Mirai Nagasu became the first AMERICAN female figure skater to land a triple axel in the Olympics, Weiss tweeted “Immigrants: They get the job done”. Since Nagasu is Asian-American and born here in America, making her AMERICAN, people were upset.
Do you need another sign of civilization's end? Here's one: I tweeted "Immigrants: we get the job done" with a video of Mirai Nagasu's triple axel. The line is a Hamilton reference. I know she was born in Cali. Her parents are immigrants. I was celebrating her and them. (1/2)— Bari Weiss (@bariweiss) February 12, 2018
Teigen, another American who is no stranger to people questioning where she is really from, responded with the following:
Also you said they, not we. But it’s okay.— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) February 13, 2018
So shut it down, Weiss. You have nowhere to go from here.
And finally, we’ll let Jason Bailey over on Flavorwire handle the honors here:
Hope they're not done with the Oscars "In Memoriam" montage yet because dude just got fucking murdered pic.twitter.com/70bP0dRDOo— Jason Bailey (@jasondashbailey) February 13, 2018