Candace Owens says 'surviving Chrissy Teigen' should be a docu, Internet says 'always knew Chrissy was shady'

In a series of tweets, Owens called Teigen a 'massive, disgusting hypocrite' for allegedly bullying Courtney Stodden when she was a teen bride


                            Candace Owens says 'surviving Chrissy Teigen' should be a docu, Internet says 'always knew Chrissy was shady'
Candace Owens called out Chrissy Teigen for her mean tweets against Courtney Stodden (Getty Images)

When Chrissy Teigen went on an abusive tweet spree almost a decade ago, she probably never thought it would come back to haunt her. Today, Teigen is trending on Twitter for sending abusive and mean tweets to Courtney Stodden, including telling the then teen-bride to kill themself. As many users unearthed these old tweets, Twitter found itself in the midst of a debate on cancel culture. However, Candace Owens knows for sure which side she is on — the one against Teigen. 

In a series of tweets, Owens called out Teigen for being a "massive, disgusting hypocrite". Especially after the 35-year-old cookbook author publicly apologized for her old tweets, claiming that she previously tried to contact Stodden privately but eventually chose to publicly apologize. In a recent tweet, Owens called Teigen a "media-sanctioned predator" and said that many celebrities have thanked her for speaking out. 

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In the latest tweet, Owens said, "#SurvivingChrissyTeigen should be a documentary. Insane how many celebrities have quietly reached out to me thanking me staying on this story. She has been a media-sanctioned predator for a long time."

Owens' followers and others who are also criticizing Teigen for her old tweets joined in. Many agreed with Owens with one tweeting, "thank you Candace. @chrissyteigen has issues, deep deep issues, that is apparent." Another user said, "She has always been consistently vile and heartless." A user tweeted agreeing with Owens, "Good job Candace! Always knew Chrissy was shady. Could see right through her." Another said, "Ty! She has been a very vocal Trump hater. Hate seems to be her style."



 

Chrissy Teigen attends the LA premiere of Netflix's 'Between Two Ferns: The Movie' at ArcLight Hollywood on September 16, 2019, in Hollywood, California (Getty Images)



 



 



 



 

Cancel culture was also a key point of debate. "So when the left elite break their own “rules” it’s swept under the rug, but anyone they don’t like or opposes them is put on blast and cancelled. It’s exhausting to follow the logic of the left," one user pointed out. Another said, "I think it’s ok to be pro cancel culture for the people who practice it. Maybe then it will end."



 



 

Model Courtney Stodden attends the world premiere of 'UNITY' at the DGA Theater on June 24, 2015, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

Teigen does, actually have, somewhat of a disadvantage here. For years, she had been the Twitter queen, the woke messiah, untouchable with her progressive views and witty remarks. She was even celebrated for calling out other influential people for their misgivings. Only this time, the tables have turned. It is, therefore, no wonder that Owens has jumped on this bandwagon and is not going to go down without a fight. 

At the same time, some users also called out Owens for that, especially since she has been such a critic of cancel culture in the past. "Touche. She gets what she gets. But you definitely are perpetuating cancel culture." Another pointed out, "Going hard for Chrissy. I thought you guys were against “cancel culture”?"



 



 

Chrissy Teigen attends GQ and Dior Homme private dinner in celebration of The 2017 GQ Men Of The Year Party at Chateau Marmont on December 7, 2017, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

In a previous tweet, taking credit for blowing up the story, Owens pointed out, "Chrissy Teigen has offered a public apology to Courtney Stodden for encouraging her to commit suicide as a teenager, but ONLY because I blew the story up. The media has given Chrissy a pass for YEARS as she has monstrously attacked people, repeatedly for simply existing."



 

In addition to that, Owens has actually posted several of Teigen's old tweets to illustrate just how she has attacked other famous people in the past. "Chrissy Teigen also pleaded with Sarah Palin to commit suicide by shooting herself in the face. @target is still carrying her products."



 

"Another @chrissyteigen suicide tweet. This time dedicated to Lindsay Lohan. Isn’t John Legend’s wife just SO FUNNY when she encourages self-harm? All of you celebrities are massive, disgusting hypocrites who treat people like dirt."



 

She tweeted in celebration of Target removing Teigen's products from their site. "Great news! @target has removed Chrissy Teigen’s cookware line from their site after she tried to convince multiple women to kill themselves. This is a good start."

Candace Owens of Turning Point USA is sworn in before testifying during a House Judiciary Committee hearing discussing hate crimes and the rise of white nationalism on Capitol Hill on April 9, 2019, in Washington, DC (Getty Images)



 

She also compared Teigen's response to Meghan Markle and former president Donald Trump. "Chrissy Teigen publicly defend Meghan Markle and said she believed that Meghan had suicidal thoughts. She just forgot to mention that she uses social media to encourage teenagers to kill themselves," Owens tweeted. In another tweet, she said, "Donald Trump was censored off the internet for writing nothing even remotely violent. Chrissy Teigen told a then-16-year-old to commit suicide, and that she couldn’t wait for her to die — and is allowed to keep all of her accounts. Disgusting."



 

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