Chrissy Teigen Hilariously Replies to a Troll Who Shamed Her for Showing Cleavage in Front of Luna

Chrissy Teigen took on an Instagram troll this weekend who criticized her for showing cleavage in a photo taken with her daughter, Luna.

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When you take on the reigning Queen of the Internet on her home turf, you are going to lose. This is a lesson that countless trolls have learned when it comes to shaming Chrissy Teigen online, and yet they never seem to learn.

This weekend, in the latest chapter of our favorite ongoing saga, Chrissy Takes Down the Trolls, the model was confronted by an Instagram user who didn't approve of the amount of cleavage she was showing in a picture alongside her daughter, Luna Stephens.

The photo in question features Chrissy and Luna, hanging out together during down time on a set the model was working on. In it, Luna, who Chrissy describes as her "stylist" in the caption, is adjusting her mom's outfit, a blush pink blazer dress with deep v-neck opening. Thanks mostly to the angle of the photo, a not insignificant amount of inner side boob is on display.

The troll disapproved of the amount of visible skin in Luna's presence and took it upon themself to let Chrissy know, for some reason.

"Jesus cover up your daughter is right there," the user, who inexplicably used the "offending" picture as their own profile image, wrote.

"She sucked it for months and doesn't mind it much," Chrissy replied.

Point, Teigen. As usual.

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