If you follow Chrissy Teigen on Twitter, you already know she speaks her mind.
The whip-smart model doesn't mince words when it comes to sharing her opinions about dieting, politics or "mommy-shaming."
So when an online critic tweeted a paparazzi shot of Teigen and her 6-month-old daughter, Luna, with a caption saying Teigen was holding her baby wrong, the supermodel let her have it.
"Let me know how you hold your baby when she's about the (sic) go into a stroller and there are 20 camera flashes at night," Teigen blasted back.
The exchange got heated as the two continued to bicker — with some strong language tossed into the mix — but in the end, 30-year-old Teigen had the last word.
"Photos are literally split-second moments in time that evolve," she wrote. "I despise mommy shamers. I am a proud shamer of mommy shamers."
Just last April, Teigen and her husband, Grammy-winning musician John Legend, shot back at online critics who blasted Teigen for going out to dinner alone with her husband one week after Luna's birth.
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Teigen had some fun teasing the haters, but the following month, during an interview with TODAY, Legend said the criticism of his wife was sexist.
"If you're saying she's a terrible parent for leaving the child at home — and she's not, obviously — but if you're going to say it to her, then say it to me, too," the singer-songwriter insisted.
Legend said the criticism was unwarranted since he and his wife lined up top-notch childcare for the evening — Teigen's mom.
"Every once in a while, you have to take care of yourselves as a couple," Legend said of their date night. "We've got Chrissy's mom at home. We've got a great baby nurse. We've got all kinds of help — and we know Luna's in good hands when we do have a chance to leave the house."