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Chrissy Teigen is good at many things, including being a fabulous cook, but online she's best known for sharing candid truths and giving all of us an adorable window into her journey through motherhood. After an Instagram commenter criticized her daughter's hair, however, Teigen showed she knews how to throw some shade when needed.


Teigen has never been above making fun of herself:


But her children are a different story. A quick glance at her Instagram makes it clear Chrissy is all about her family.



In a recent video, Teigen acts as judge in a "courtroom dispute" over whether or not her daughter Luna will be receiving any candy.

In a continuation of the video, posted by E News! Luna has won her dispute but must now negotiate how much candy she'll receive.

Beneath the video, however, an Instagram commenter was incredibly disrespectful.

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Instead of lashing out with rage, however, Teigen replied to the commenter with some professional-level shade.

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Instagram users thought the original commenter had gotten exactly what she deserved.

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She won't likely forget the day she got burned by Chrissy Teigen.

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People better take note: nothing good comes from insulting a mother's child.

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That Instagram commenter will probably be taking some time off to heal and think about her life choices.

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Chrissy Teigen remains queen of the clapback.

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