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Saturday, 11 November 2017

Queen Of Clapbacks Chrissy Teigen Dragged Someone On Twitter Who Said She Couldn't Cook

Queen Of Clapbacks Chrissy Teigen Dragged Someone On Twitter Who Said She Couldn't Cook



Everyone knows by now that you should never come for Chrissy Teigen, the unofficial queen of the Twitterverse.


She will roast you, toast you, and then eat you for dinner if you decide to take a swing anywhere near her general direction. 

Chrissy has shown off her epic clapback skills in more ways than one, like when she threw shade at anyone who questions her parenting, even if they aren't actually criticizing her. 


Chrissy should really put "professional troll" on her resumé because she is all about getting under people's skin, especially when she jokes about taking credit for husband John's success.



She's right, you know. We really should give Chrissy some credit. Congrats, Chrissy


She came for people who criticized her decision to choose to have a daughter when she underwent IVF treatment. 



Chrissy is not here for people getting all up in her personal business. 


Chrissy even comes after her own husband, John Legend, if he doesn't text her back in a timely manner. 



John, seriously, do you know who you're married to? Text your wife back!


Chrissy's latest clapback all started when she hilariously announced how she felt about Twitter allowing users to have 280 characters in a tweet, doubling the previous limit of 140.


One Twitter user responded to Chrissy's tweet about character limits with this critique of her cooking skills. 



Don't worry, guys. They're still a fan because Chrissy makes them laugh. Thank goodness. 


Uhhh...what?



I'm not too sure what Chrissy's cooking skills have to do with her tweeting about the number of characters she will or will not use in day-to-day Twitter life. 
Regardless, that is quite a bold statement.


Also, would someone who is bad at cooking have an entire cookbook?



I'm pretty sure you have to be able to cook to have your own cookbook. I might be reaching here, but I have a strong feeling about this. 


Another Twitter user decided to play detective and find out if these claims against Chrissy's cooking were indeed true. 



I'm glad that someone didn't take this criticism of Chrissy's abilities seriously because we need to get to the bottom of this. 


The Twitter user then responded, explaining their reasoning for how they came up with the airtight argument that Chrissy lies about her cooking skills. 



We're going to go right ahead and say that this person has zero proof they know anything about Chrissy's ability to cook. 


Chrissy came back with literal fire, like the clapback queen she has always been, and she even knew to bring receipts. 



How is it not general knowledge for everyone that Chrissy will not sit quiet and let you drag her like that? She will snap right back. 


Get. It. Girl. 



How many times do we have to say it? You do not come for Chrissy Teigen!
She will come back harder than anyone, and she is always here to slay you like an actual dragon. 


Fans were quick to point out the high-quality slay that Chrissy served. 



This should actually be in the Twitter guidelines when you sign up and then sent out as a monthly reminder. 


A lot of fans were feeling very strong "Yaaas, queen!" vibes for Chrissy. 



I feel like Chrissy should offer her services as a clapback consultant that people can go to if they need a good comeback that will slay. 


One follower pointed out that while Chrissy was busy clapping back, she broke her promise about retweeting 280 character tweets.



All it took for Chrissy to go back on her word was one good reason to lay a smack down. 


It's too bad this Twitter user didn't have some kind of warning that they were about to basically be dragged to hell and back. 



What did you think of Chrissy's clapback?
COMMENT and let us know if you think the comeback was just right or way too harsh. 


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