Chrissy Teigen slams Fox News over Twitter
Chrissy Teigen has garnered a lot of news attention for her stance on leggings on aeroplanes but there’s one organisation she does not want to be associated with.
The supermodel spoke out after United Airlines refused to let two girls using tickets board a flight because they were wearing leggings. Teigen took to Twitter to claim she’s flown on the airline “with literally no pants on – just a top as a dress” and that next time she flies, she’ll wear “only jeans and a scarf”.
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It has since come out that the girls were using free passes for employees or family members, which requires a stricter standard of dress than tickets for members of the public. However many news outlets had already picked up and reported on Teigen’s response, but there was one she was not having a bar of being tied to.
“I respectfully ask you please don’t ever tag me in anything, ever. Words cannot explain how much I detest you” the supermodel tweeted at Fox News.
Her savage stance got a lot of love online with 7600 re-tweets and almost 40,000 likes, but there was response that stood out.
Her husband, Love me Now singer John Legend simply tweeted “I love this woman”. Then things got a little R rated between the A list couple.