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Chrissy Teigen Removes Her Presence on Twitter


Chrissy Teigen Removes Her Presence on Twitter

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Isn’t it intriguing? Individuals who underestimate the potential negativity one may face on social platforms often suggest, “If you dislike it, just deactivate your device.” There’s an implicit assumption that everyone will remain hooked to online platforms round the clock. But the reality is different. And now, Chrissy Teigen stands as evidence.

For quite some time, this model and TV figure has been affectionately dubbed by her Twitter followers as the “informal ruler of Twitter” due to her lively discussions and sharp cleverness. Teigen has never shied away from a chance to mock anyone who criticizes her first, even bestowing a colorful name upon former President Donald Trump after he labelled her as John Legend’s “vulgar-speaking spouse.” Nevertheless, even a social media expert can reach a saturation point in dealing with toxicity, and today, Teigen has reached hers.

“For more than 10 years, you all have been my universe. I owe so much to this community we’ve built here. I genuinely view many of you as true friends,” Teigen expressed in a heartfelt series of tweets.

“But the time has come for me to bid farewell. This space no longer impacts me positively, as much as it does negatively, and I believe it’s the right moment to make a call.”

“My ambition is to bring joy to people. The suffering I feel when I fail is overwhelming to me. I’ve always been seen as the tough, retaliating girl, but that’s not truly me. My need for approval and fear of upsetting individuals have transformed me into someone you didn’t initially follow, a different person from my beginning here! Farewell, tweeters.”

Following her tweet series, Teigen proceeded to erase her Twitter account entirely, thereby leaving Twitter without its mayor, at least until a successor emerges to take on the role.

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