Chrissy Teigen is trolling John Legend with 'Arthur' memes again and he had the perfect comeback

Chrissy Teigen is trolling John Legend with 'Arthur' memes again and he had the perfect comeback

Chrissy Teigen once wrote the following:

"if I had my choice, not a single story would ever be written about any tweets of mine. they make people (me) seem like...the most annoying people. the "clapback" wasn't "epic", it was just a f*ccccccking tweet - just please stop with these stupid words."

However, unfortunately for her, she failed to acknowledge that I exist.

Hello, Chrissy... It's me again. I am once more here to write about your hilarious use of social media and the epic trolling of your husband - and there is nothing that you can do about it.

Chrissy Teigen, no matter what she says, loves the furore around her tweets. Essentially, she is flirting with the press, asking us to stop complimenting her while striving for our undying attention. "Please," says Chrissy. "Please stop telling me how hilarious I am. Please stop saying how great my relationship with my husband is. Please stop giving me the attention and fame that lines my pockets and gives me my lovely life. PLEASE."

But we won't stop till you stop, Chrissy. And judging by your latest escapades online, that won't be anytime soon.

For those of you who are unaware, Chrissy Teigen is married to the Grammy award-winning singer, John Legend. The couple are seen as the definition of "couple goals" by many people online, with their trolling of one another being used as evidence of their healthy, happy relationship.

However, unfortunately (or fortunately) for John, he has an uncanny resemblance to the animated aardvark, Arthur, and the internet absolutely loves ripping him for it.

Given that she is the Queen Of Social Media, Chrissy Teigen has also jumped on this train and has set about wrecking her husband for his similarity to the children's cartoon character. First, she tweeted this meme.

Then, just last week, Chrissy decided to bring the whole thing up again by posting this photo of their daughter Luna with a stuffed version of Arthur alongside the caption: "Luna and daddy."

However, the roasting continued this weekend, with Chrissy sharing a piece of artwork created by a graphic designer on Instagram, which showed an Arthur/John hybrid under the title: "Legend."

While the majority of the comments were people laughing at the joke, Arthur/John Legend also popped up to say "enough is enough."

But Chrissy clearly didn't think so, she decided to upload another meme, in which she not only made fun of herself, but also her husband.

Clearly, that is not Arthur and is actually his father. However, it was the thought that counts and people still knew what she was trying to say.

John, for his part, responded to the trolling and posted this photo of Luna with her grandfather and the Arthur stuffed toy.

The singer captioned the image: "Luna and Grandpa (and a stuffed animal whose name we shall not speak)".

What did we do to deserve John Legend and Chrissy Teigen? Chrissy, while you may hate these articles, they pay my wages and put food on my plate - so please carry on being a savage, epic, legend.