Chrissy Teigen: it's 'crazy' haters think I delete negative comments

Chrissy Teigen says it’s ‘crazy’ that haters think she deletes negative comments about herself on Instagram and leaves the ‘adoring’ remarks: ‘You’re mad that there’s not enough hate?’

Chrissy Teigen has responded to rumours she deletes the negative comments on her Instagram page.

The star, 35, said it was ‘crazy’ how some haters can’t understand that she gets plenty of nice remarks and not that many critical ones after she was canceled earlier this year due to unearthed mean tweets.

‘That’s like next-level hater, when you’re mad that there’s not enough hate? It’s pretty… you’re just crazy,’ said the wife of singer John Legend on her Instagram Stories as she appeared makeup free with her hair pulled back.

Not happy with the hate: Chrissy Teigen has responded to claims she deletes the negative comments on her Instagram page. The star, 35, said it was ‘crazy’ how some haters can’t understand that she gets plenty of nice remarks

The fuss started when trolls shared that Teigen didn’t seem to have enough nasty comments on her Instagram page given her current status as ‘over.’

And one seemed to be mad that Chrissy had so many supporters. 

Naynaygoff wrote: ‘DO ALL THE ADORING COMPLEMENTS MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER ABOUT YOURSELF? You need to book an appointment with your psychiatrist soon.’ 

The lingerie model said some people must think she goes into her Instagram account and delete the mean remarks herself. 

The scandal-ridden mother-of-two took to social media to vent on Tuesday saying she did not edit the remarks. 

The 3 Lip Sync Battle co-host shared on her Instagram Story: ‘Two things that I think are funny right now. One: People in my comments that are mad that there’s not enough angry comments in my comments. 

Not happy with Chrissy: And one seemed to be mad that Chrissy had so many supporters. Naynaygoff wrote: ‘DO ALL THE ADORING COMPLEMENTS MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER ABOUT YOURSELF? You need to book an appointment with your psychiatrist soon’

Too much hate: ‘That’s like next-level hater, when you’re mad that there’s not enough hate. It’s pretty… you’re just crazy,’ said the wife of singer John Legend on her Instagram Stories

‘They think that I like delete them. But like, what? … That’s like next-level hater, when you’re mad that there’s not enough hate. It’s pretty… you’re just crazy,’ said the influencer.

The cookbook author then noted what the second thing is that she thinks is funny.

‘If I leave a comment underneath somebody’s photo, even if it’s nice—”You look great,” “I love this outfit”—people get all sorts of mad. Because…I am alive,’ said Chrissy who wore a pink, blue and pea green print silk robe as she reclined on a sofa.

She finds it strange: The fuss started when trolls shared that Teigen didn’t seem to have enough nasty comments on her Instagram page given her current status as ‘over.’ Teigen said some people must think she goes into her Instagram account and deleted the mean remarks herself

She has been the target of backlash since her abusive tweets originally made in 2011 resurfaced online.

One urged a then 16-year-old Courtney Stodden to commit suicide.

Stodden incurred relentless bullying both publicly and in private from Teigen, who tweeted in 2011: ‘My Friday fantasy: you. dirt nap. mmmmmm baby’, followed by: ‘go. to sleep. forever.’

Stodden recently claimed that Teigen has yet to personally apologize for her actions, but Chrissy told TMZ a week ago that she ‘reached out to’ Stodden via text.  

It doesn’t make sense: ‘They think that I like delete them. But like, what? … That’s like next-level hater, when you’re mad that there’s not enough hate. It’s pretty… you’re just crazy,’ said the influencer

Old tweets from 2013 have also resurfaced in which she described nine-year-old Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis as ‘cocky.’

She also called Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham, then 21, a ‘wh***’.  

And ironically enough, Chrissy had stated that she was leaving Twitter before the scandal erupted because she was experiencing too much ‘negative’ abuse.

The scandal has caused her to run into trouble in maintaining her partnerships, including a deal with Vrbo and retailers carrying her Cravings cookbooks. It also forced her to drop out of Netflix’s Never Have I Ever. 

Earlier this week she said she may increase the regularity of her therapy sessions from twice-a-week to three times, after struggling with an Instagram post decision ‘for so long.’ 

Mental health matters: Teigen revealed over the weekend that she may increase the regularity of her therapy sessions from twice-a-week to three times (pictured with husband John Legend)

Worrying: She found it worryingly difficult to decide which photo to begin with as shared a series of snaps from their weekend celebrating Obama’s 60th birthday

Taking to the social media platform on Monday, Chrissy shared a series of snaps from their weekend celebrating Obama’s 60th birthday, but admitted she found it worryingly difficult to decide which photo to begin with.

The shots showed the couple in their finest attire, holding hands while standing in a field in front of a stunning property in Martha’s Vineyard. 

The model captioned the post: ‘Really struggled with which one to put first in the carousel, for truly so long that I realized I am happy I’m in twice weekly therapy and perhaps let’s bump it to three.’    

Tough time: Teigen recently noted how it ‘feels so weird to pretend like nothing happened’ while she feels like ‘utter s**t in real life,’ explaining how she misses connecting with her fans

Chrissy attempted to right a few of her wrongs with an apology shared to Medium in June — which was her first time speaking out since taking a social media hiatus after a host of bullying allegations came to light. 

‘Hi all. It has been a VERY humbling few weeks,’ she wrote. ‘I know I’ve been quiet, and lord knows you don’t want to hear about me, but I want you to know I’ve been sitting in a hole of deserved global punishment, the ultimate ‘sit here and think about what you’ve done. 

She added: ‘Not a day, not a single moment has passed where I haven’t felt the crushing weight of regret for the things I’ve said in the past.’   

Yikes: Chrissy attempted to right a few of her wrongs with an apology shared to Medium last month — her first time speaking out since taking a social media hiatus after a host of bullying allegations came to light

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