John Legend is, reportedly, not happy with all the cyberbullying accusations being thrown at his wife, Chrissy Teigen, lately. Though several people already judged the American model because of her lapses in the past, her husband remains on her side.
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John Legend is Chrissy Teigen’s biggest supporter
Sources told OK! Magazine, in its upcoming July 5, 2021 issue, that John is not planning to abandon Chrissy at all. While the former “FABLife” panelist, allegedly, worries that her life is in ruins, the “All of Me” singer has been holder her up and telling her that things would soon get better.
“She worries her life is in ruins, and he’s the only one holding her up and telling her it will get better. Chrissy’s the mother of his children, and John loves her and will always be there for her.”Source, OK! Magazine
“John’s embarrassed and even disgusted that Chrissy’s done these things. But she’s owned up to it and has vowed to do more apologizing in private to the people she’s harmed and that’s good enough for him,” the insider further said.
However, the tipster went on to say both John and Chrissy should remain strong since the issue is very unlikely to get away soon.
Chrissy Teigen apologizes more than a month after she was accused of cyberbullying
Most, if not all, can recall that John Legend’s better half came under fire for her vicious tweets about Lindsay Lohan and Courtney Stodden in 2021. On June 14, the “Lip Sync Battle” co-host took to social media to ask for forgiveness to everyone she hurt.
“As you know, a bunch of my old awful (awful, awful)tweets resurfaced. I’m truly ashamed of them. Not a single momentChrissy Teigen, Medium
has passed where I haven’t felt the crushing weight of regret for the things I’ve said in the past. I was a troll, full stop.And I am so sorry.”
However, a second source told the entertainment news publication that Chrissy’s apology might be too late. It was claimed that the model has hurt a lot of people with her mean tweets and they would not be forgotten anytime soon.
“Many don’t even believe she’s being sincere and think this is just Chrissy worried about her career and her cookware collection collecting dust after being dropped by three major retailers,” the insider stated. “Posting an apology memo is a good start, but it’s not enough — and the people she’s hurt feel she needs to do a lot more,” it went on.
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Among the people who likely questioned Chrissy’s sincerity is “Project Runway” album Michael Costello, who lambasted the model the same day as her apology. He accused John’s wife of running a campaign to have her evicted from the industry after he became a victim of an online hoax where racist quotes were attributed to him.
Michael revealed Chrissy told him that his career was over and all his doors would be shut from there. The designer even shared that there are times when he started questioning the point of living, adding that he is still traumatized by the incident up to this day.
To recall, Chrissy quit a voice role in Netflix’s “Never Have I Ever” Season 2 in early June. For starters, the role was voiceover narration that was planned for one episode, which is similar to the guest roles featured in the show’s first installment.
Chrissy Teigen has yet to comment on these reports. So, avid followers of John Legend’s wife should take all the unverified reports lightly until everything is proven true and correct.
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