Chrissy Teigen, you have no right to lecture the public from your ivory towers

I have never listened to virtue-signalling and spineless celebs and this is your reminder to stop.

Last week, Laura Whitmore, the unofficial ‘#BeKind’ ambassador, decided to callously oust a journalist to nearly 2million followers.

Now, Chrissy Teigen, a substandard model who likes to think she’s a reincarnation of Mother Theresa, apologised after allegedly encouraging then-teenager, Courtney Stodden, to kill herself.

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had enough of these jumped-up celebs mercilessly preaching to the public about being ‘kind’ and ‘positive’, yet the most vocal of this bunch appears to be inherently problematic and vindictive.

The breed of celebrity that whine about climate change at the Golden Globes, yet swan around in Gulfstreams and guzzle oysters, pretending to have any understanding of what’s happening outside their bubble of a**-lickers.

Perhaps the most prolific example of this rampant celeb hypocrisy, is best exemplified by Chrissy Teigen, a woeful wokie whose moaning is more melancholic than her husband’s songs that gave her the platform that she so viciously abuses.

She’s the kind of celeb that incessantly sermonises us on good virtues and ‘leading your best life,' the type of contradictory bilge that makes my skin crawl.

Nonetheless, Chrissy showed her true colours back in 2011 whenit has been claimed she harassed the then-teenage star, Courtney Stodden, in a series of vicious tweets, allegedly saying “I can’t wait for you to die”.

Considering the model announced only two months ago she’d be leaving Twitter, citing negativity for the sudden departure, it’s tragically ironic she was one of the first to bring this repugnant negativity to the app 10 years ago.

I won’t allow her to fall back on the excuse ‘she was in her 20s…’ I recently turned 21 and I would NEVER dream of asking someone to end their life.

It’s egregious and no half-hearted apology, as a desperate attempt to save her brand deals with the likes of Target, can repair the level of harm she may have caused to a child.

What infuriates me further, the same Chrissy Teigen, even a few years ago in 2016, called Piers Morgan a “s****y a***hole” — how can we believe she matured? Some fans have defended her because she was young, but in 2016 when she castigated Morgan, Chrissy was around 31-years-old.

What’s the excuse now? She’d never let anyone else get away with those abhorrent remarks she made previously, but it’s somehow forgivable and considered a ‘mistake’ which she expects people to accept and move on.

I say, let’s not brush it under the rug and truly hold her accountable for wishing death upon a young girl and continuing her nastiness years later.

Her unnecessarily dramatised Twitter exit didn’t last long, and she was back on the platform about one month later, claiming “it feels terrible to silence yourself” and it’s like losing “2000 friends at once”.

I guess narcissists can’t stand not having some mild form of attention and was willing to embrace the negativity she previously cited for being the cause of her exit. Strange, especially Twitter being a woke echo chamber that would cancel her in a heartbeat if she put out the same tweets from 2011, today.

It seems the Courtney Stodden and Piers Morgan abuse was just the start, Chrissy also trivialised self-harm when talking about Lindsay Lohan, suggesting Lohan “adds a few more slits to her wrists”; what a pleasant woman, eh?

The same woman telling you how to behave, how to think, what pronoun to use, and every other woke issue under the sun, but will happily hide or justify her own truly sinister commentary, the same stuff that supposedly drove her away from Twitter back in March. This doesn’t make sense.

Doesn’t stop there, guys. Chrissy also wanted American politician Sarah Palin, to “shoot herself in the face”. All of this is harrowingly disturbing after defending Meghan Markle following the recent Oprah interview, telling American press to “F****** stop it”: the same advice she could’ve given herself back in 2011 when asking various people to end their lives or harm their body. How the tables have turned.

But, she’s not the only one. There’s an endless list of Hollywood hypocrites misleading the public; tricking you into believing their innocence and ‘kindness’; instructing you on what’s ‘wrong’ and what’s ‘right’, as if they have some superior moral compass, when in actuality, they’re probably the worst breed of human you could possibly encounter.

Let’s examine Ellen DeGeneres, who’s now had her eponymous talk-show axed, surely she’d be the last person to hypocritically preach from her multi-million mansion about kindness in light of serious bullying allegations?

I’ve had it with these nutters. Who do they think they are? They’re not better than a cruel school bully, except these twits somehow got a platform and it’s about time they face the repercussions.

The same goes for Sheryl Underwood, intimating Piers Morgan is racist and Sharon Osbourne’s support for him on The Talk, defending Piers, is also so-called ‘racism’. Did she forget in 2017, her friend George Lopez, a Latino comedian, said “There’s still two rules in the f****** Latino family: don’t marry someone black and don’t park in front of our house”.

These putrid ‘jokes’ enraged a black woman in the audience, yet Sheryl endlessly defended her ‘comic’ friend on The Talk, despite the obvious example of racism. Huh?

Somehow, after the episode involving Sharon Osbourne defending Piers Morgan over doubts cast about the validity of Meghan Markle’s claims to Oprah, Sheryl suffered PTSD because of the “trauma”.

Let’s not forget Gal Gadot’s agonising cover of ‘Imagine’? Enlisting the support of her Hollywood friends to sing to the world about ‘imagining there are no possessions’ from the comfort of their $10million mansions in Beverly Hills.

Genuinely, shut up. It’s laughable because they don’t realise how detached from reality they all are, to naively believe the public would appreciate some multi-millionaire sing-a-long when millions have died from a deadly virus, families in financial ruin because of lost jobs, total economic uncertainty across the world; you want us to ‘imagine’ there’s ‘no greed or hunger’… That’s why I have no time for these fools.

Ricky Gervais is one exception, and his speech at the Golden Globes in 2020 hit the nail on the head: “Accept your little award, thank your agent, and your God and f*** off” — the perfect example of what celebs should be doing, none of that baseless de haut en bas advice on how we should behave when frankly, they’re no better.

This goes for Chrissy Teigen, Ellen DeGeneres, Sheryl Underwood, Gal Gadot, and all of the other Hollywood elites who need to ditch the caviar for a taste of humble pie and a good ol’ reality check.

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  • Ryan-Mark Parsons
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