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Brands Just Can’t Get Enough of Not Working With Chrissy Teigen

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You can get away with a lot if you’re famous and popular on social media, but it turns out that encouraging a teenaged girl in an abusive marriage to commit suicide isn’t on the list.

Chrissy Teigen’s time as a lifestyle brand is coming to end. To explain how not exclusive that club is and how bad your behavior can be, multiple Kardashian-Jenner’s have made money hand over fist endorsing clothes and makeup, so things have got to be pretty dire if no one wants to sell Chrissy Teigen’s cookware anymore.

Target was the first brand to drop Teigen, but that was apparently done late last year because Teigen wanted to make her brand non-exclusive.

But now Macy’s and Bloomingdales have cut ties with Teigen, and that definitely was done because of Teigen’s bullying of Courtney Stodden coming to light.

Now, Chrissy Teigen has said plenty of mean things about people over the years, it was basically her brand, and I don’t think tweeting that you think the world would be a better place if some celeb wasn’t in it is a bad thing. We’ve all done it. Everyone just really hates some celebrities. You know what you did, Bronson Pinchot.

The reason I think Teigen is getting so much negativity here is Stodden’s allegation that Teigen would DM her and tell her to kill herself when she was 16. Stodden was a public figure, it’s perfectly fine to make jokes and have opinions and say mean things about public figures.

Teigen DMing her mean things really crosses the line for most people, though. It goes beyond “I’m just being funny-mean online for likes and clicks” to “I actually want this person to hurt themself.” And that’s only okay if it’s Jake and Logan Paul.

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