The Most Brutal Celebrity Clapbacks Aimed at Critics

The Most Brutal Celebrity Clapbacks Aimed at Critics

2020/06/23

It takes one to know one. Chrissy Teigen is a clapback queen, because she also happens to be Hollywood's resident Internet troll. We saw as much when she was blocked by the president on Twitter in July 2017. "After 9 years of hating Donald J Trump, telling him 'lol no one likes you' was the straw," she wrote, boasting about her permanent ban from his public feed (as if she wasn't going to read the tweets in incognito mode anyway).



Needless to say, Teigen was already on a clapback roll when a user named @GorgonFreeman told the star the ban was probably the "best thing" that would ever happen to her. "Congrats on peaking," he wrote (per Mashable, who caught the tweets before they were deleted). That's when Teigen posted a selfie from Lake Cuomo, Italy with her EGOT-winning husband, John Legend. "I have a best-selling book, great boobs, a family I love, am literally eating pasta on a lake in Italy," she added. "And I married rich."


According to Mashable, the clapback was so on-point that Batwoman actress Ruby Rose chimed in with, "They really are great boobs." Teigen promptly tried to "save" Rose's tweet for posterity, and Freeman set his account to protected. In his defense, maybe Teigen did peak. It doesn't get much better than eating pasta on a lake in Italy, does it?
















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