Chrissy Teigen Is A Giant Twitter Bully

  • Chrissy Teigen Is A Giant Twitter Bully

Chrissy Teigen Is A Giant Twitter Bully

A New York Times spokesperson confirmed to Variety that Roman's column has been put on hiatus for an undetermined amount of time but didn't specify why. We answer all the questions and I edit by phone.

While no reason was given for the Times' decision, it was reached about two weeks after Roman came under fire for comments she made in a New Consumer interview about Teigen's success.

The expletive-ridden rant accused the "Tidying Up With Marie Kondo" star of choosing to "capitalize on her fame" by selling out, while slamming "Cravings" mastermind Teigen for launching a Target cookware line and building a "content farm".

Chrissy Teigen called out her "rich" friends on Instagram for asking for freebies from her Cravings cooking empire.

"That horrifies me and it's not something that I ever want to do", she continued. "Because she's making a ton of f-- money".

"Eventually, I realized that once the relatable "snarky girl who didn't care" became a pretty successful cookbook author and had more power in the industry, I couldn't just say whatever. I don't aspire to that". "Someone's like 'you should make stuff, ' and she's like, 'okay, slap my name on it, I don't give a sh-!'" she said in the interview.

A rep for Kondo earlier told CNN she had no comment.

Teigen accepted Roman's second apology on Twitter and even noted how they are "alike in so many ways".

In the wake of the criticism, Teigen tweeted that it was a "huge bummer" to see Roman slam her.

Teigen responded after Roman's colleague from The Times, Bari Weiss, tweeted a story from the Daily Beast, which was first to report that Roman's column was placed on leave.

In response to the news that The New York Times was placing Roman on leave, Teigen said it "just sucks in every way". Roman was also accused of mocking Kondo's accent, which she denied on Twitter and insisted that the phrase "please to buy my cutting board" was an inside joke that had been misinterpreted.

"When I said I don't believe in being canceled for your honest opinion, that was very real".

"Among the many uncomfortable things I've begun processing is the knowledge that my comments were rooted in my own insecurity", Romans wrote in a social media post last Friday. "Chrissy Teigen putting extremely elementary recipes on a blog and getting a lot of followers, there's nothing wrong with that, but it's nothing wrong with Alison Roman saying, 'that's not what I want for myself'".