Chrissy Teigen Calls Out 'Wifebot' FLOTUS Over COVID-19 Response in Profanity-Laced Twitter Tirade

© ERIN SCOTTU.S. first lady Melania Trump arrives at the NASCAR Daytona 500 in Daytona Beach, Florida, U.S., February 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erin Scott
U.S. first lady Melania Trump arrives at the NASCAR Daytona 500 in Daytona Beach, Florida, U.S., February 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erin Scott - Sputnik International
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Earlier, the TV personality - a frequent critic of President Trump on social media - hit Twitter to admit she had enjoyed several glasses of wine during her hubby John Legend’s live-streamed mini-concert, posting she was “so drunk” she “could barely see.”

Chrissy Teigen unleashed a profanity-injected Twitter tirade on Melania Trump over what she perceived as the First Lady’s lack of due response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The model and TV personality tweeted whether Melania Trump had “even thought about doing something with her be best s--- during these times?”

​Melania Trump, who launched her signature "Be Best" campaign to combat cyberbullying and opioid abuse when President Trump took office, tweeted earlier this month about the tennis pavillion under construction on the White House grounds, while encouraging her critics to "take time and contribute something good & productive in their own communities."

​Teigen, a frequent critic of Donald Trump and known for verbally sparring with him on Twitter, posted follow-up tweets, where she brought up the US president.

​Chrissy Teigen finished off her verbal assault on Melania Trump by tweeting she had not seen the First Lady do more than “gently touch Christmas ornaments in a cape."

​Netizens were quick to react to the Twitter thread, with some applauding Chrissy Teigen for “the truth she was bringing."

​However, not all fans on social media agreed with the TV personality’s use of profanity or verbal attack on the First Lady.

​Amidst the coronavirus pandemic and stress of having to accept the new “social distancing” reality, with many forced to stay home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, musicians have been reaching out to fans, livestreaming at-home performances on their Instagram accounts.

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin was the first to do so on Monday, with Grammy winner John Legend inspired to follow suit, joined at home by wife Chrissy Teigen, who sat on the piano in a towel seemingly enjoying some wine.

​Later, thanking fans, Teigen tweeted that 118,000 people had watched their concert.

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