Chrissy Teigen called out her “rich” and famous friends for apparently nagging her for free goodies from her cooking brand despite their ability to afford the products themselves.
On Monday night, Chrissy Teigen began reposting Instagram Stories from her famous friends, such as Kourtney Kardashian, Ali Wong, and Shay Mitchell, for thanking her for their Cravings gift boxes. But she also pointed out that some of her friends wanted one of their own.
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Then, in a video, she said, “Anyhow ― that [previous note] wasn’t even written for the fans asking … That was honestly just meant for my friends that are literally writing, saying, ‘Uh, mine hasn’t gotten here yet.’
That’s ’cause I didn’t send it to you,” she joked as her husband, John Legend, laughed in the background. “Just kidding ― kind of.”
Teigen then shared a video of herself from the couch claiming that she used to be one of those people who would donate packages gifted to her from other celebrities touting their start-up businesses.
Teigen clarified that while her comments were directed at just a few people in her DMs, packages were still on the way for friends in Los Angeles and that fans can expect a giveaway soon. Teigen said that putting together the packages is hard work, especially since she has a small team ― contrary to what others might think.
“Maybe that comes from someone putting it in your head that we’re just a content farm of endless money and just got so big so fast, but I promise we didn’t,” the supermodel said, referencing recent comments made by New York Times food columnist Alison Roman.
By: Dammy Eneli