Model, celebrity, and infamous cyber-bully Chrissy Teigen has been smacked for the second year in a row by upscale West Hollywood boutique Kitson, which awarded her “two slots” on their notorious wall of “hypocrites.”
Kitson’s 2021 holiday display includes pictures of Teigen with the word “CANCELLED” emblazoned across her forehead along with media clippings of a myriad of negative headlines prompted by the hashtag #SurvivingChrissyTeigen.
The boutique was initially made famous by Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton in the 2000s. Kitson does a wall every year dedicated to “hypocrites” who “need to be held accountable for their actions.” Teigen has the distinction of being plastered all over that wall for two years running.
Kitson noted that Teigen got two slots because “there was so much media coverage of her being canceled,” via their Instagram page. Others featured include White House press secretary Jen Psaki, Hunter Biden, CNN host Don Lemon, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and former President Barack Obama.
The store also honored the 13 service members who died in Afghanistan during Biden’s catastrophic pullout.
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The posters of Teigan show her photoshopped in a Santa hat while excoriating her for numerous scandals over the past year. They featured media headlines and clippings in connection to her cyberbullying which got her ushered into the “cancel club” following intense backlash over her actions which also led to losing lucrative business deals.
The hashtag #SurvivingChrissyTeigen was plucked from a tweet by conservative pundit Candace Owens who called the model a “predator.”
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) May 14, 2021
Teigen and Hunter Biden were both dragged by the store last year as well. In 2020, Kitson also featured actress Alyssa Milano, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.
Teigen didn’t just cyberbully people. In 2020, Kitson accused her of “cheering on” a blackmailer and slammed her for her involvement in the Black Lives Matter movement after she offered $100,000 to bail protesters out of jail. The blackmail claim was asserted by Kitson after an anonymous blogger threatened them with media attention as racists if they didn’t donate $10,000 to Black Lives Matter.
Kitson is owned by Canadian businessman Fraser Ross and was founded in 2000. He told Breitbart in 2020 that he was “neither Democrat or Republican” and that the wall was his way of “just stating what’s affecting small businesses,” during the pandemic.
“I didn’t see one celebrity come and help do clean up [after the BLM riots]. They stayed in their houses and watched TV. We need to out these celebrities,” Ross asserted.
A spokesperson told Yahoo Life in 2020 that their “People of the Year wall” was “not edgy, it’s the truth and it’s news. People can take it or leave it. Someone has to stand up for small businesses.”
As if cyberbullying and standing up for radical causes wasn’t enough, last week Teigen was blasted for hosting a Squid Games-themed party that got her branded as “tone deaf” for having her “rich friends” dress as the debt-ridden characters from the hit Netflix show.
Chrissy Teigen faces backlash for hosting a ‘Squid Game’ themed party attended by celebrity guests dressed as players from the hit Netflix show.
Critics say she missed the entire point of the show, which highlights the exploitation of the poor by the rich. pic.twitter.com/wW4cRfGg5d
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) November 19, 2021
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