Chrissy Teigen Clapped Back at a Troll Who Said She's Shaped Like Spongebob Squarepants

Another day, another person on the internet trying (and failing) to come for clapback queen, Chrissy Teigen. You know, you’d think that going up against a woman who has absolutely no problem insulting the President of the United States would cause people to be scared of her and back TF down, but nope! We have yet another hater sliding into Chrissy’s comments section, this time, talking about the shape of her body when literally no one asked for his opinion!

On Twitter, Chrissy posted a video of herself in a swimsuit along with the caption, “don’t get too trapped,” since she was flaunting her curves in the name of a thirst trap. But of course, someone just had to be mean and made a critique of Chrissy’s figure. “Shaped like sponge bob lol,” one person tweeted, while another hater wrote, “Boobs are sagging.”

A fan of Chrissy’s was nice enough to come to heir aid, and wrote, “So, @chrissyteigen posted a quick vid of herself in a body suite & the world went on attack. Men & women both throwing insults. I only WISH I could look like her! When did all these asshats become walking perfect Ken and Barbies? #douchebags.”

So, @chrissyteigen posted a quick vid of herself in a body suite & the world went on attack. Men & women both throwing insults. I only WISH I could look like her! When did all these asshats become walking perfect Ken and Barbies? #douchebags

To this statement, Chrissy replied, “Everyone used to….surgically enhanced curves. I’ve been a square my whole life and let me tell you, it’s paid off nicely in many ways!” adding, “Imagine if one day I showed up with hips and an ass. Ooooo you guys would be pissed then too! I’m happy, John’s happy, we all happy and doing a-okay!”

Imagine if one day I showed up with hips and an ass. Ooooo you guys would be pissed then too! I’m happy, John’s happy, we all happy and doing a-okay!

Chrissy, one…body-shamer, zero. Can’t wait for this to be added to the Chrissy tweet hall of fame!

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