She described herself as “depressed” and “lost” in a… Instagram post after being “cancelled” due to a cyberbullying scandal.
And on Thursday, Chrissy Teigen took to social media again, this time to share the news that her French Bulldog Pippa had passed away.
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The model and cookbook author, 35, shared a photo of herself with her beloved pet, writing: “Our beautiful little pippa just died in my arms not long ago.”
Relatives: Chrissy Teigen took to Instagram on Thursday night to share the news that her beloved French Bulldog Pippa had passed away at the age of 10
Teigen continued, “She was 10, I remember picking her up in Gainesville and documenting our journey home.
‘She was a cheeky broad – loved her pearl necklace and never took a *** of a new dog we brought in.
‘Our street dog with Sade, who has been a touring dog for years. we loved her so much. We love you sweet girl. I know you’re having a good time there. Thank you for giving us your whole life.’
Puddy is the name of the first dog she and her husband John Legend had together; he died in March 2018.
‘We loved her so much’: Teigen shared the pup with her husband John Legend (pictured in 2014 in NYC) and paid tribute to the dog she described as ‘a cheeky broad’
Companions: Pippa was the couple’s second pet; their first was an English Bulldog named Puddy who died in March 2018 (pictured with Teigen in 2013). Teigen and Legend still have Penny, a three-legged French Bulldog and an English Bulldog named Paul/Pablo
The 42-year-old legend also pays tribute to Pippa, sharing a photo of the dog wearing her pearls and sitting on his lap.
“In this photo she is living her best life on the road with her father, wearing pearls,” the Grammy-winning artist posted on his Instagram.
“She has given us so much pleasure for ten years. We love you Pippa!’
The famous couple are still dog parents to Penny, a three-legged French Bulldog they adopted in June 2014, and an English Bulldog named Paul/Pablo who joined the family in October 2017.
On Wednesday, Teigen admitted she is having a hard time coping after stepping back from public life after being called out for “cyberbullying” people in recent years.
Just back from a holiday in Italy with Legend and their children Luna, five, and Miles, three, she shared on Instagram that she felt like she was living in a ‘cancel club’.
She said it “feels so weird to pretend that nothing happened” when she feels “completely in real life” and misses contact with her fans.
Her take: Teigen shared on Instagram on Wednesday that she feels ‘depressed’ and ‘lost’ after stepping back from public life after being called out for ‘cyberbullying’ people
“Iiiii don’t really know what to say here… it just feels so weird to pretend that nothing happened in this online world, but to feel like it’s utter s**t in real life,” the statement, which is a first-person perspective photo taken from Teigen’s living room.
“Going out sucks and doesn’t feel right. Being home alone with my mind makes my depressed head pound.”
Teigen admitted that her way of doing things didn’t help much, saying, “But I do know that how I’m handling this now isn’t the right answer.”
“I feel lost and need to find my place again, I need to get out of here, I desperately want to communicate with you guys instead of pretending everything is okay,” she explained, adding: “I’m not used to a different way !!’
The celebrity went on to joke that “Cancel Club” was “fascinating” but that she “learned a lot” from the experience.
“There are only a few who understand and it’s impossible to know until you’re in it,” she continued. “And it’s hard to talk about it in that sense, because of course you sound whiny when you’ve obviously done something wrong.
“It’s just stupid. There is no winning. But there is never here anyway.’
Learn her lesson? The 35-year-old model and cookbook author went on to joke that “Cancel Club” was “fascinating” but that she “learned a lot” from the experience
Chrissy turned to a more positive note, telling her fans, “All I know is I love you, I miss you, and I just needed an honest moment with you, because I’m just… tired of myself sick.” to be. all day.’
She wondered if sharing was wise and continued, “I don’t even know if it’s right to say this because it’s going to be brutally taken apart, but I don’t know. I can’t do this silent s**t anymore!’
After that, she contacted everyone who has “cancelled” and wrote, “If you or anyone you know has also been canceled, let me know if there is a club reunion, because I could use some time off my couch!” before unsubscribing with love and thanks.
While this was Teigen’s first time raising the cyberbullying scandal since June, she recently shared some carefree holiday snaps online with John and the family.
Carefree Watching: While this was Teigen’s first time talking about the cyberbullying scandal since June, she recently shared some holiday snaps with Legend and their kids
Teigen first tried to right some of her mistakes with an apology shared to Medium in June — her first time speaking out since taking a break from social media after a raft of bullying allegations were exposed. came.
‘Hello all. It’s been VERY humiliating weeks,” she wrote at the time.
“I know I’ve been silent, and the Lord knows you don’t want to hear about me, but I want you to know I’ve been in a den of deserved worldwide punishment, the ultimate “sit here and think about what you have done.”
She added: “Not a day, not a single moment, has gone by when I haven’t felt the crushing weight of regret for the things I’ve said in the past.”
Teigen became the target of backlash after her abusive tweets originally made in 2011 resurfaced online, including one urging then 16-year-old Courtney Stodden to commit suicide.
Speaking: Teigen first tried to right some of her mistakes with an apology shared to Medium in June — her first time speaking out since taking a break from social media after a host of bullying allegations were made. light came
Lindsay Lohan was also the subject of an insensitive message from Teigen, where a January 2011 tweet read: “Lindsay adds a few more slits to her wrists when she sees Emma Stone.”
Old tweets from 2013 have also surfaced in which she described nine-year-old Oscar nominee Wallis as “stubborn” and called Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham, then 21, a “wh***.”
Michael Costello accused Chrissy and her stylist, Monica Rose, of blacklisting him from the industry that spawned his own suicidal thoughts, while the pair went out of their way to threaten people and brands who, if they interact with them in any form. connected with me, they wouldn’t work with any of them.’
Cameroonian singer Dencia claimed Chrissy pushed her twice at the 2016 Grammy Awards after believing the singer’s assistant recorded her on his phone.