Celebs Who Can't Stand Chrissy Teigen

Despite gracing the Maxim calendar cover in 2007 and showing up in a few fashion campaigns, Chrissy Teigen didn't truly burst onto the scene like a supernova until she was named the 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue's "Rookie of the Year." Since then, she married Grammy Award winner John Legend, wrote a best-selling cookbook, co-hosted a TV competition, and appeared on such hit shows as Inside Amy Schumer and The Mindy Project. She's pretty much done it all — mostly while tweeting. 

And, let's be honest, you probably know her from Twitter. Even if you don't use Twitter, you know Chrissy Teigen from Twitter. Your grandma, who doesn't even know what Twitter is, knows Chrissy Teigen from Twitter. That's because the social media platform has become her de facto domain, where she boasts millions of online worshippers. Especially, BuzzFeed. For better or worse, she's the quintessential "cool girl," who one day might tweet about getting armpit liposuction and describe her vicious hangover the next. And in between those tweets, you're sure to find her making a few enemies. With Mean Girls-esque precision, no target is too big or too small for Teigen to troll into oblivion ... all from the comfort of her phone. 

From pop stars to the President of the United States, let's take a look at celebrities who can't stand Chrissy Teigen. 

Leigh Whannell isn't interested in Chrissy Teigen's opinion

In 2013, Chrissy Teigen took to Twitter to comment on The Conjuring, a horror film directed by James Wan. "Well. Keeping with my apparent theme of being a complete contrarian, I did not find the conjuring scary at all and mostly laughed to myself," Teigen tweeted. Little did she know, SAW director Leigh Whannell read the poor review of his friend's haunted house flick and decided to post his own review of Teigen's tweet. "Models talking — now that's chuckle worthy," he shot back in a since-deleted tweet.

Unfortunately for Whannell, Teigen didn't find his response that "chuckle worthy." To Whannell, she replied, "I've never had a face to match the word 'prick' to so accurately." She then tweeted three minutes later, "Someone I've never heard of that doesn't even follow me must be constantly searching twitter for mentions of the conjuring to bitch at," adding, "There goes me being in Saw 19. Was excited to remove a key from my boob with a torch and spoon."

Considering how The Conjuring went on to gross a staggering $319 million at the box office and spawned two sequels and a spin-off series, it'd appear that Whannell got the last laugh. Maybe Teigen can make amends before The Conjuring 19 starts filming. 

Jay Mohr's son's named didn't sit well with Chrissy Teigen

In 2011, comedian Jay Mohr and his then-wife, Nikki Cox, welcomed a son and named him Meredith. And Chrissy Teigen took this opportunity to work on her comedic timing. "Nikki Cox and Jay Mohr named their son Meredith," she tweeted. "Their son, Meredith. Meredith is their son's name. The name of their son is Meredith."

Naturally, Mohr responded. "Why are you even NEAR me? Take your skank a** somewhere where guys like six's in bikinis," he tweeted (via E! News). We'll give you three guesses what happened next...

"What do you count as 'making fun of your sons name'?? Saying it's feminine? It is. BIG DEAL," Teigen shot back. "What have I said about this name that no one else has, much more evil-ly? It's feminine. OH MY fight to the f**king death." Mohr replied by claiming that Teigen's husband, John Legend, had been texting his wife, which he said they used to their advantage to score free tickets to the singer's shows. "Check his phone," Mohr pushed. But these two weren't done. After Teigen called the actor a "defensive, attention seeking prick" — adding, "Learn something every day" — Mohr replied, "WHAT?!!? How was i seeking attention when you made fun of my son's name??!!? I never knew you were alive!" Yeesh.

Life lesson: Don't respond to a tweet making fun of your newborn's name or you might be defensive attention seeking prick. Very important. 

Katie Cassidy thinks Chrissy Teigen has 'negativity inside'

Replying to a tweet wondering why Fox NFL's Erin Andrews didn't press former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman on his decision to stay on the field while being a "physical liability," Arrow star Katie Cassidy replied, "Seriously, why isn't she doing her job??" NOT SO BREAKING NEWS: Erin Andrews and Chrissy Teigen are friends. So you can see where this is headed...

"@MzKatieCassidy JOB [noun]: the work a person does regularly to make money," Teigen ripped into Cassidy. "Alt: what @ErinAndrews has. 2nd alt: What you don't have. Bye!" Cassidy went on to say that God should bless Andrews, Teigen accused the TV star of trying to be "holy," and Cassidy replied, saying she always has been. "Own it," Teigen responded. "I'll take you seriously when you don't simultaneously talk s**t and preach the gospel."

Why was Teigen so upset you may ask? Well, because Cassidy is the ex-girlfriend of Andrews' husband, former NHL player Jarret Stoll. "Correct... years ago," Cassidy blasted, dismissing that narrative. "Get over it because the rest of us are." After Teigen served up a "God bless," Cassidy batted it down with, "I'm sorry u have negativity inside u. Can't be healthy. 2 be clear, not s**t talking. But interesting u took it that way."

We don't know about you, but we don't see a girls' trip being in the cards for Teigen, Andrews, and Cassidy anytime soon. Wonder what Richard Sherman thinks about all this? He probably doesn't. 

Piers Morgan and Chrissy Teigen just don't mix

There are so many tracks on the "Chrissy Teigen vs. Piers Morgan" greatest hits album, but let's stick with this banger from 2016. It all started when Jennifer Aniston wrote an op-ed for HuffPost decrying the media's objectification of women. Well, Piers Morgan being Piers Morgan, he wrote a rebuttal that nobody asked for in the Daily Mail. Claiming that if Aniston didn't want her body judged, she should stop "posing for endless magazine covers which have been airbrushed so much" that she's "virtually unrecognizable." Soon afterwards, Morgan received a pleasant surprise on Twitter. 

"@piersmorgan saw your piece on Jennifer Aniston. Why do you ALWAYS take the road of being the piece of s**t a**hole?" Teigen bluntly asked. "Particularly with women and people of color," she continued. "Tell me it's just for clicks?? Please tell me you aren't TRULY this vile."

"Morning, Ms Teigen. You didn't actually read it did you...? Try doing that before throwing another diva tantrum," Morgan shot back, to which Teigen replied, "Unfortunately, I read it. I'm not so much a diva as I am a person who slows down at car crashes, apparently." Morgan then proceeded to call her a "lame celebrity troll" and her husband a "genius," to which Teigen responded, "My husband thinks you are one of the most misogynistic, condescending morons on the planet but thank you."

"Might have to do my next @DailyMail column on @chrissyteigen — just to REALLY annoy her," Morgan later tweeted out. Oh, Piers.

Chris Brown won't be sliding into Chrissy Teigen's DMs

Back in 2015, Chrissy Teigen posted a screenshot to Twitter to let everyone know Chris Brown blocked her. Per E! News, this caused a lot of speculation on what caused the block, and, unfortunately, fans were offered no clear answers. What did happen, though, was the assault of Teigen's Twitter mentions by rabid Chris Brown fans. And, without addressing Brown directly, Teigen set her sights on them.

"I stopped believing you guys are really this aggro all the time and are just bored. It makes me feel better," she tweeted, adding, "Oh god you're exhausting. My fault for forgetting 'teams' still exist." Teigen later concluded, "I gotta stop giving these people attention. They're calling their cousins and s**t like its a holiday when I respond."

Considering some of the brutal events Brown's caused in his personal life, the singer not interacting with Teigen on Twitter doesn't sound like such a bad thing.

Donald Trump took a rare, passive aggressive approach to Chrissy Teigen

If you made it this far, you likely didn't need a map. You knew where this road would end. Chrissy Teigen has been relentlessly (some might say hilariously) trolling Donald Trump for years. Take these gems from 2012. "I literally pose half naked for a living, and u are still the biggest attention whore I know." Or, "I wanna be miss universe, but I need your word you won't hold me calling you a racist pig against me okay." And let's not forget, "Hey! Been a while. I f**king hate you."

Or, in 2015, when The Apprentice star retweeted a follower who called Teigen a "trashy gutter mouth woman" on her 30th birthday, and she called it "the greatest birthday gift ever." How about we skip ahead to August 2016, when the then-presidential candidate called his campaign a "movement," and Teigen replied, "The only movement you know is bowel." Or, in 2017, when Trump tweeted, "We must keep 'evil' out of our country!" and Teigen fired back, "What time should we call your Uber?"

These two have a lot of history in the Twittersphere, mostly one-sided on Teigen's part, but, on July 25, 2017, the day the model had been (likely) waiting for finally came: Trump blocked her. All good things must come to an end.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. pulled a total Mariah on Chrissy Teigen

"I want to thank my family @themoneyteamrussia here in Moscow, Russia for the hospitality & my early Christmas present, a rare & exotic tiger from India," boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. wrote on Instagram in 2015, accompanying a photo of the tiger. "Any suggestions for a name for this two-month old, female tiger?" Needless to say, his choice of a pet garnered instant backlash. However, without naming names, Chrissy Teigen jumped into the fray with her own take, tweeting, "I'm okay with people having pet tigers because it increases their chances of being eaten by a tiger."

During an interview with Fight Hype, Mayweather explained that he'd joined a team to breed and save tigers. He was then asked about Teigen's remarks, leading the prizefighter to suggest that she only did it for attention. "The thing is I've never had anything negative to say about John Legend. I really don't even know what his wife does, whoever she may be," Mayweather said. "I've never seen John Legend's wife in my life. If I did, I probably just don't remember it. But the thing is this, I'm pretty sure she has a lot going on in her life, but, you know, I'm something to talk about, so that can be something else. I am something to talk about."

Hopefully, John Legend didn't need to take boxing lessons over this.

Is Alison Roman just jealous of Chrissy Teigen?

Drama in the cookbook world! During a 2020 interview with New Consumer, food writer and cookbook author Alison Roman, took direct aim at Chrissy Teigen's career as a model-turned-food-world-celebrity. "What Chrissy Teigen has done is so crazy to me," Roman said. "She had a successful cookbook. And then it was like: Boom, line at Target. Boom, now she has an Instagram page that has over a million followers where it's just, like, people running a content farm for her. That horrifies me and it's not something that I ever want to do." Ouch. In fairness, Roman did add, "But like, who's laughing now? Because she's making a ton of f**king money."

Teigen still took the comments hard, tweeting that Roman's shade was "a huge bummer." She continued, "I have made her recipes for years now, bought the cookbooks, supported her on social and praised her in interviews. I even signed on to executive produce the very show she talks about doing in this article." Teigen added that she ventured into the food world because she "wanted something John didn't buy," referencing her husband, EGOT-winner John Legend. "I genuinely loved everything about Alison. Was jealous she got to have a book with food on the cover instead of a face! I've made countless NYT recipes she's created, posting along the way," she also noted in the thread.

After some backlash, Roman tweeted an apology for what she called her "flippant" and "careless" remarks.

Courtney Stodden claimed Chrissy Teigen bullied her

In a now-deleted Instagram video titled "A Message to Chrissy Teigen Be Better," media personality Courtney Stodden called out Chrissy Teigen for cyberbullying her when Stodden was a teenager (via The Blast). The five-minute video Stodden didn't mince words, accusing the former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model of "stalking" and "harassment." Stodden also shared "receipts," showing Teigen's old tweets and Instagram comments.

"This video is definitely calling out Chrissy Teigen. She stalked me. She harassed me. She bullied me, and keep in mind, I was a minor," Stodden said. She claimed Teigen's online abuse came "every day" with comments like "what drugs are you on" and "I hate you." Stodden decided to share this video after Teigen called out a person for claiming the Lip Sync Battle co-host had a body "shaped like Sponge Bob" on Twitter. "Girl, you are a hypocrite," Stodden said in response. "I still see her bullying once in a while but when she comes out saying that she's stronger than people shaming her — well, you shamed a minor."

"Women need to empower women and there was a time in my life when I was 16 and 17 years old being abused by an alcoholic almost every single night." Stodden continued. "On top of that I had so-called celebrities slut-shaming me and bullying me...where are we as a society for women?" At this time of this writing, Teigen has yet to respond.