Chrissy Teigen: ‘I have decided I’m not getting involved in anyone’s s— ever again’

Chrissy Teigen gets some retail therapy with mom after facing cancel culture mob

Last week, Chrissy Teigen did her monthly update and it was pretty pathetic. She whined about being in “cancel club” and how she basically feels like she’s in social-media jail or something. She had literally just gotten home from a family vacation in Italy where her personal photographer documented the entire trip and Chrissy posted all of those photos on her Instagram. It’s been clear since the start of this that Chrissy is a dumbass who would rather whine and bully people as opposed to, you know, actually apologizing to the people she’s hurt and doing some work on why she seeks attention and validation constantly from strangers. TMZ caught up with Chrissy as she was running errands in LA this week and she said words:

Chrissy Teigen has decided to stay out of everyone’s lives. TMZ paparazzi caught up with the “Cravings” cookbook author, who told them she’s avoiding trouble by minding her own business.

“I have decided I’m not getting involved in anyone’s s–t ever again,” she told the camera operators. When asked how long she could be a member of the “cancel club,” Teigen laughed and said, “I don’t know, it could be forever. I have no idea. I don’t know.”

Seemingly trying to move on from the scandal, which first began when Courtney Stodden accused her of cyberbullying, Teigen explained she is focusing on her life at home.

“All I can do is live my life and take care of my kids and family,” she said. “Everyone else can make their choice.”

The former Sports Illustrated model revealed other “members” of the cancel club have reached out to her, and “they’ve been amazing.”

[From Page Six]

“I have decided I’m not getting involved in anyone’s s–t ever again” – well, we all have to start somewhere, I suppose. Surely the bigger problem is that she brought her own sh-t everywhere, and she had to scream “pay attention to my sh-t” wherever she went? And then she forced her sh-t on people like Courtney Stodden, who was just trying to survive their own sh-t.

She feeds on this attention.

Chrissy Teigen gets some retail therapy with mom after facing cancel culture mob

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  1. Izzy says:

    LMAO sure Jan

    • Truthiness says:

      Agreed. Didn’t the TMZ video look like a setup? TMZ “randomly” came across her with a whole team? Nah, that was not random, she staged this so she could declare how she was reformed. I like how she wore an outfit like she was on her way to go compete in dressage, during a triple digit heat wave. If she forced a horse to go out in this heat I hope animal rights activists get involved.

    • Jegede says:

      😁😁😉😉

  2. waitwhat says:

    sssshhhhhhhutttttt upppppppp! As my mother always says, “Actions speak louder than words.”

  3. Faye G says:

    We’ll see how long that lasts 🙄

  4. psl says:

    Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight……..she was also quitting social media.

  5. Maria says:

    Yes, when I want to mind my own business I tell TMZ about it.

    Other members of the cancel club have reached out to her and they have been amazing? Be careful how you say that. That’s not an upstanding group.

    • BothSidesNow says:

      No, and not exactly praise that you would brag about as you declare your decision to keep your nose out of everyone’s business. CT hasn’t changed her tune until she reaches out to Stodden and apologizes sincerely.

      WTF, are you off to go riding? You do know that’s it’s triple digits around you and that would be inhumane to ride during this heat.

    • Dutch says:

      I’m sure Louis CK and Bill Cosby had some stimulating conversations with her.

      • Bunny says:

        Don’t forget Harvey Weinstein. He’s in town, too! They can talk about harassing the powerless, and how far you can push the vulnerable.

    • Otaku fairy says:

      This.

    • lucy2 says:

      IKR? That’s not a club I’d really like to belong to, or think highly of the members. It’s Consequences, not Cancel, and they’ve all faced those consequences for a reason.

      I hope she does do this though – focus on her kids, her work, and being of service to others. She could find some good volunteer opportunities to occupy her time if she’s bored.

  6. Amy Bee says:

    She just needs to go away for about a year or two. She will be welcomed when she comes back like the other “cancelled” people.

  7. Muggs says:

    I’ve got $100 on it not lasting a week

  8. Suze says:

    God, if she would just shut up for a while she could likely come back no problem. People like her schtick on twitter, she has cute kids, she’s generally funny – if she genuinely apologized directly to Courtney Stodden and stayed off social for AT LEAST 6 months, she’d probably be welcomed back with open arms. But no, can’t stop talking about ‘cancel club’ and how hard this is on her. GAH.

    • AD says:

      and if she does some charity like a campaign against bullying and use her faux pas as an example. Those are the type of things that wil endear her return. But the fact that she is doing nothing but whine all day about being cancelled etc etc. shows that she cares more about just jumping back on SM and not really sorry at all about her behavior.

  9. nina says:

    Go away. There’s a bridge out there that misses it’s troll.

  10. Haylie says:

    Oh yeah right!

  11. Case says:

    She’s the worst.

  12. A says:

    I get it Chrissy, I really do. I too was told to stop yelling at teenagers like that isn’t something well-adjusted adult women do. Like, who among us has not bullied children we don’t even know? And then hoped for the next decade no one would remember we did that. And also never apologize. And then whine about how finally being called out has been detrimental to our own lives? And then eschew all forms of self-reflection in favor of seeking comfort in the confirmation of our own righteousness from others in similar positions.

    It’s called self care.

    • Otaku fairy says:

      +1000. Except, unfortunately a lot of people who have been slut-shaming and victim-blaming Courtney and other girls in their teens over the past 20 years are just as callous and ridiculous about their behavior. Some of these girls were 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, or 13 when grown ass women and men started the misogynistic abuse and they’ll still be stuck on doing it and doubling down 5, 10, or 15 years later. A lot of them are much older too, but the years do nothing for them as people. They’ll be halfway or all the way on their way to assisted living facilities still cackling about how those fast girls, either in Hollywood, in the news, or in their personal lives got whatever they deserved and brought it all on themselves.

  13. MsIam says:

    “And I really, really, REALLY mean it this time!” Stomps foot for added emphasis. Scene slowly fades to black as the music plays……

  14. Mary says:

    Yeh Suze She is real funny CHrissy Teigen told a teenager who was sexually abused and groomed for an adult male and then told her to die and other terrible things thats a real hoot Suze you are part of the problem please think before you type

    • pamspam says:

      Hey Mary – I don’t think Suze was in any way pro-Chrissy. Her comment was pretty accurate, sadly. People forget and she’d probably make a “comeback” if she’d just zip it. Acknowledging that fact is not an endorsement of Chrissy or her horrid behavior. I don’t think calling Suze “part of the problem” was fair and it actually came off a little bit mean. I’m guessing this struck a nerve with you, which I can totally understand.

      • Mary says:

        Suze said cuz she has cute kids in essence all should be forgiven Thats ridiculous I am not mean but to say chrissy teigen is funny and has a good shtick is repulsive Maybe Eptstein and weinstein had funny moments also and maybe Weinsteins kids are cute, should we just move on and forget. What CT said to that young girl on emails and private messages are just as damning THank God Courtney didnt take her words to heart ANd to be mean to a child actress shows me how truly sick CT is. So you can feel anyway about this situation you choose, and i will feel free to feel about it the way I want, with all due respect

    • pamspam says:

      I don’t think she was saying Chrissy SHOULD be forgiven. Maybe I’m misinterpreting it, but I think it was a general observation that she probably WOULD be forgiven if she were to just shut up. Look – I think Chrissy is total garbage and what she did to Courtney was absolutely horrible. But yeah, her kids are cute and some people DO find her funny (I personally don’t). I interpreted Suze’s words more as commentary on our collective short-term memory when it comes to celebrity. I don’t think she was endorsing a Chrissy comeback. I don’t think anyone is.

  15. Jules says:

    public service announcement #500. this woman needs help.

  16. Lena says:

    Most people ignore the paps that talk to them. Chrissy obviously has a problem shutting up. She needs to get off social media completely and see a shrink about her need for public validation. She can forget about a come-back until she does that.

    • AD says:

      She has an addiction and is going through withdrawal. Might take a while for it to sink in.

      • Jaded says:

        Yup. And like any addiction, it’s destructive. It hurts people, wrecks marriages and friendships, messes up children and, in the end, will destroy you. Time to disappear and do some serious introspection Chrissy.

  17. Amanda says:

    If she would apologize sincerely and graciously to Courtney and others she attacked, I think a lot of people, probably the majority, would be more than happy to forget it happened. People have lives. Time heals. She’s attractive and usually fun, and her family is adorable. It’s too bad she’s also someone who wishes death on other women and goes after little Black girls like Quvenzhané Wallis.

    With that said, ten years ago isn’t ancient history. I’m pretty sick of death wishes being excused or normalized. People mocked young woman for sure, but they were NOT normally issuing death threats / death wishes. That was not ever normal mainstream behavior. Plus Chrissy was a swimsuit model, she should have understood the unfairness of the industry and media.

    • Otaku fairy says:

      “Plus Chrissy was a swimsuit model, she should have understood the unfairness of the industry and the media.” This kind of hypocrisy happens a lot. Chrissy likely saw herself as a woman more worthy of protection from the religious right, rape apologists, and the kinds of people emboldened and radicalized by them. A sharp-tongued sex-loving liberal wifey you may catch in some 2-piece swimsuits, but not one of those cheap wild teenyboppers or college girls who needed to be disciplined in her eyes. There are women who are more than cool with people deciding some OTHER girls/women have allowed their bodies to be seen or touched too much/to soon to be worthy of other liberals making a fuss about how they’re treated. Just not them. Or not their female ancestors, their daughters, their faves, their friends, etc.

  18. Valerie says:

    I’ll believe it when I see it.

  19. Stephanie says:

    For someone who seems to have a full life, I wonder why she needs so much attention? Like between the money, kids and husband, why does she need to share everything and always interact on social media? Its one thing if your income really depended on it, but hers doesn’t.

  20. grabbyhands says:

    First of all, I think we all know that is a lie.

    Secondly, the fact that you’re framing staying out other people’s shit and concentrating on your life and family as some kind of amazing life decision is pathetic and just more proof that no lessons have been learned here.

    Minding your own business and concentrating on your family should be a given – not something you need an award for. Jaysus.

    Have fun whining with Alec and Hilary and their clown car of kids, I guess.

  21. jwoolman says:

    Good decision, Chrissy….

    But her behavior is really way out of the normal range. She needs to be discussing it with a therapist, not the tabloids.

  22. Jaded says:

    She’s a never-been. Sort of like a has-been but the only way she’s managed to hog the media attention is by marrying someone famous and talented. Sure she was an SI model for a minute and has managed to push her cookbooks and recipes out there but she’s also a shameless spotlight hogger and will do literally anything to get eyeballs on her. She’s proven she has a mean streak a mile wide and what goes around comes around. Time for her to disappear and work on being a nice person.

  23. Catherine says:

    The narcissism is just off the charts with her. If she demonstrated announce of self-reflection and remorse it might make a difference but she hasn’t even acknowledged the horror of what she’s done. The fact is she got away with being really problematic for a long time. In fact she was rewarded for it so she can’t fathom the fact that she’s being held accountable now.

    • Call_Me_Al says:

      Total narcissist. Refusal to grow up and out of selfishness and defensiveness as her defining personality characteristics. Consequences are painful, but you need them to grow. Don’t see her ever taking advantage of that.

  24. Ariel says:

    I really liked her. And now, less and less. If she would apologize to Ms. Stodden- that would go a long way with me. But the fact that she hasn’t – seems wildly awful.
    Everyone does stupid stuff. All of us. But when the time comes, you have to “man up” and admit you were a jerk.

  25. Regina Falangie says:

    She repeatedly told a sex trafficked child to kill herself.

    • Mary says:

      Thank you There are people that seem to forget that and think in a few months, all would be well if she stayed off of social media Am I missing something here? CT doesnt want forgiveness, she wants more twitter followers SOCIOPATH

    • Robyn says:

      That part. And that’s just ONE of the odious things that has come to light. The Toddlers and Tiaras stuff is really disturbing.

    • Justjj says:

      This is all I can think about when I see her now, tbh.

  26. Susan says:

    I really really hope she doesn’t get to “come back.” She shows no remorse and clearly feels like she is a victim. I wonder who the “cancelled” people were she talked to?

  27. MangoAngelesque says:

    And if she dresses like a wannabe jockey when she makes her comments, we’ll believe her.

  28. Silent Star says:

    Why was is so hard for her to finally come to this conclusion? You have to wonder why she allowed her reputation and career be ruined before realizing that bullying and criticising others might be a bad thing.

  29. Seraphina says:

    of course the lesson is not learned. The problem is not that she became in someone’s sh** – it’s how she got involved. She was not constructive or helpful. She was negative, mean, destructive and toxic. Chrissy, you can always get involved in someone’s sh** but you have to build UP not DOWN.