Chrissy Teigen has suddenly come under heavy backlash for doing something completely harmless on her social media page.
The former model, who is also the wife of artiste John Legend, had an eyebrow transplant done, and posted about it on her social media. However, instead of getting support, she became a victim of trolling. People began saying that her post was not relevant in reality, as there are other people who have real problems, while she decided to post about her eyebrow transplant instead.
Chrissy Teigen responded to this sudden and unexpected backlash by posting an article written about her; and in the caption of her post, she asked why people are always so triggered about every little thing she does.
The celebrity said that if they continued like this, they would give themselves heart attacks. It is indeed quite shocking that just posting about her life on her own social media page has earned her so much backlash from the public.
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