Chrissy Teigen is opening up about her Twitter change with Donald Trump, days after the president referred to as her “filthy mouthed” and attacked her “boring” husband, John Legend.
In a brand new interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Present, her first after the president’s tweets, Teigen mentioned, “ just goes on these rants … you just wait for him to say something but you don’t think it’s gonna be you.”
“We all wait for our day to come, and mine happened to be Sunday,” Teigen, 33, quipped to Ellen DeGeneres.
The mannequin and mom of two defined that Trump’s tweets got here after Legend had been interviewed for a narrative on MSNBC about legal justice reform. In his tweets, the president complained that Legend, Teigen, and others had, in his view, didn’t credit score him correctly for supporting legal justice reform.
“I was not part of it at all,” Teigen mentioned of the MSNBC story. “Donald for some reason thought that John was taking all the credit for it — and me. I didn’t even know he was filming this thing, honestly, I didn’t know anything about it.”
Although she mentioned she couldn’t see Trump’s tweets at first — as a result of the president blocked her on Twitter — Teigen defined that her associates despatched her screenshots.
“He went and he called John a ‘boring musician’ and ‘his filthy mouthed wife’ which, those two things are true,” she joked. “John is boring, I do have a filthy mouth.”
“We spent the entire rest of the night just sitting … handing each other our phone,” Teigen defined of herself and Legend, 40. “‘Should I say this? Should I say this?’ ‘No.’ ‘Should I say this?’ ‘No, it has to be funnier.’ ‘No, because we’re mad!’ It went on all night.”
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Not lengthy after Trump, 73, first attacked her, Teigen tweeted, referencing her 3-year-old daughter: “Luna, remember the night before your first day of school? When mommy was making your sign and the p— ass bitch president had his 9th meltdown of the day.”
After her tweet, Teigen and Legend tried to get #P—AssBitchPresident trending on Twitter. “We’re still working on how to copyright the correct term,” Teigen joked on The Ellen DeGeneres Present.
“It was a weird feeling,” the cookbook writer mentioned of her response to the president’s tweets. “I was really angry, I think my eyes filled up with water at the shock of it that, ‘I can’t believe this really happens right now.’”
“But you realize why you love Twitter and you love your friends,” she continued. “I had so many group chats going that night of hilarious people and people making funny videos, so then you laugh about it.”
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Following the Twitter change, many celebrities have sided with Teigen.
On Monday, Meghan McCain tweeted, “Since when is there something wrong with being a filthy mouthed wife?” and added the hashtag #teamchrissy.
“What a beautiful mama you are! I love your sign!” actress Patricia Arquette responded to Teigen’s tweet about Luna’s first day of faculty. “Sorry you have to suffer the fool!”