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Chrissy Teigen Has Fiery Retort For Twitter User Who Criticized Her Magazine Cover 🔥

You'd think that if one were a big enough fan of Chrissy Teigen to seek out her latest magazine cover and then care enough to tweet their thoughts about said cover directly at the supermodel, they'd at least know her track record well enough to know—if you're gonna hate, you're gonna get owned.


But apparently not so for one cluelessly unkind fan who paid the ultimate price for her ignorance when the "Queen of Clapback" threw a shade so subtle, she left her hater speechless.

It all started when Teigen posted a quadrant collage of her and three of her counterparts (Janelle Monae, Viola Davis and Kamala Harris) for Glamour Magazine's multi-cover "Women of the Year" issue.

The best selling author and TV co-host of Lip Sync Battle with LL Cool J, accompanied that pic with a tweet that said she was honored to be in such company.


But Teigen's gracious post unwittingly invited some some vicious criticism from one Twitter user—@heidikoz1, who commented on the cover shot, tagging Teigen in the process and saying:

"This photo of you is quite frankly, awful. At first glance I didn't recognize you. I know you don't give a damn, but girl if you're going to be magazine cover material, make it worth it."


Fans immediately jumped in to rescue the self-deprecatingly funny mom of two adorable kids with singer-husband John Legend:






But fans needn't have worried, Teigen can handle herself (and haters like @heidikoz1) just fine without an assist from anyone:





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Twitter users were thrilled with her response:





But apparently, Heidi then posted a Photoshopped pic of herself on Teigen's cover as her own new profile shot—and fans were NOT into it:





And while some people on Twitter got just as nasty as @heidikoz1, most kept their comments focused on kindness and not hate.

In the end, it may do everyone some good to remember this:


H/T: Twitter, Indy100

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