Chrissy Teigen admits her ‘heart stopped’ amid Donald Trump spat

Chrissy Teigen admits her ‘heart stopped and eyes filled’ when President Trump kicked off THAT Twitter spat… before joking she is working to copyright ‘p***y a*s b***h’

  • Appearing on Wednesday night’s Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Sports Illustrated model, 33, was grilled over the row which kicked off last week
  • The POTUS, 73, hit out at her husband John Legend for his comments on criminal justice reform by branding him a ‘boring musician’ and Chrissy ‘filthy mouthed’
  • The couple hit back by calling Trump ‘p***y a*s b***h’, which eventually began trending as social media users defended the famous couple
  • Despite hitting back, Chrissy confessed when she first saw the messages she grew emotional and her ‘heart stopped’ in shock 

Chrissy Tiegen has discussed her feud with Donald Trump, which saw the President brand her ‘filthy-mouthed’ in a shock Twitter spat last week. 

Appearing on Wednesday night’s Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Sports Illustrated model, 33, was grilled over the row, which she admitted left her conflicted as she was initially shocked and moved to tears yet later found the scenario funny.

The row sprung from her husband John Legend’s comments about supporting criminal justice reform, which Trump alleged didn’t give him adequate credit, and led to the couple starting a hashtag calling the POTUS, 73, a ‘p***y a*s b***h’.

Oh dear… Chrissy Tiegen has discussed her feud with Donald Trump, which saw the President brand her ‘filthy-mouthed’ in a shock Twitter spat last week

Last week, Trump criticised musician John for not playing a role in passing criminal justice reform following a TV special on the subject in which the star appeared.

He claimed he had not received enough credit for signing a law instituting some reforms. The law reduced mandatory minimum sentences, among other measures.

In a series of tweets late on Sunday evening the president called John “boring” and Chrissy “filthy mouthed” leading to the spat spiralling into various slurs.

When Ellen asked Chrissy about the spat, the talk show host lamented: ‘It’s not shocking to hear the president is picking fights with people on Twitter.

Outrage: Appearing on Wednesday night’s Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Sports Illustrated model, 33, was grilled over the row, which she admitted left her conflicted

Oh no: The row sprung from her husband John Legend’s comments about supporting criminal justice reform, which Trump alleged didn’t give him adequate credit (pictured in January)

Hitting back! Unlike her husband, Teigen did not mince words. ‘lol what a p*ssy a** b**ch. tagged everyone but me. an honor, mister president,’ Teigen tweeted

Chrissy divulged: ‘Everyone’s waiting for their day to come. So I got all these phone alerts and I go on Twitter to see it but couldn’t because I’m blocked and I had no idea what I said. I’ve said a lot of things since like 2012…

‘Someone sent me screenshots and my heart stopped and at that point you know you’re gonna get so much.’

On the moment things first kicked off, she said: ‘It was a weird feeling. I think my eyes filled up with water at the shock of it like I can’t believe this is happening right now. He goes on these rants and normally it’s very late at night for him…

‘But you don’t think it’s gonna be you. It makes you realise you love Twitter and you love your friends and I had so many group chats going with various people. People making funny videos and laughing about it.’

Shock: On the moment things first kicked off, she said: ‘It was a weird feeling. I think my eyes filled up with water at the shock of it like I can’t believe this is happening right now’

Shocker: He claimed he had not received enough credit for signing a law instituting some reforms. The law reduced mandatory minimum sentences, among other measures 

When Ellen asked her to explain the spat to audiences, Chrissy said: ‘So John did a story on MSNBC about criminal justice reform so he was part of that interview I was not a part of it at all and Donald thought John was taking credit for it and me…

‘I didn’t even know he was filming this thing! I didn’t know anything about it and he went in. He called John a boring musician and said I had a filthy mouth.’

Showing her cheeky side, she went on: ‘Which – those two things are true. John is a boring musician and I do have a filthy mouth. When the card lands on you that day it’s like – Crap! The whole night’s ruined…

Open and honest: Showing her cheeky side, she went on: ‘Those two things are true. John is a boring musician and I do have a filthy mouth’

‘We spent the rest of the night just sitting like this next to each other handing each other our phones and being like “Shall I say this? Shall I say this? No it has to be funnier. No because we’re mad!” It just went on all night.’ 

She then grew mischievous when Ellen asked her about the ‘p***y a*s b***h’ statement – which read in full: ‘lol what a p***y a*s b***h tagged everyone but me. an honor mr president’ – as she said: ‘I might’ve said something.’

Clearly tickled, Ellen went on: ‘You said something that we can’t say. We can’t say those things’, before flashing the expletive-laden tweet on-screen. 

Oops! Clearly tickled, Ellen went on: ‘You said something that we can’t say. We can’t say those things’, before flashing the expletive-laden tweet on-screen

She responded: ‘That’s a lot of asterisks. We got it trending. I got enough Twitter family and friends to get it going. Then it became [shortened to] PAB then it became PAB President. We’re still working on how to copyright the correct term!’

With her prolific status as a Twitter comic, Chrissy admitted she has been working to tame her activity so as not to offend so deeply – yet the Trump scenario placed a spanner in the works. 

She said: ‘I’d been so good for so long. I’d been on such good behaviour because I’ve got to the point where I don’t want to offend people just for a joke.  

When asked if she’s calmed down and going to let it go, she said: ‘Maybe… did he say something else? Is he here?!’

 

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