Chrissy Teigen Tweets Graphic Description of Birth After Trump Complains About COVID-19 Test

“my vagina was ripped to my asshole giving birth to Luna,” Teigen wrote. “I had a vagasshole. f–k your swab pain.”

Chrissy Teigen brought out the big guns in her latest burn of President Donald Trump.

On Sunday, the model, 34, took to Twitter to slam 45 after he recently complained about taking the coronavirus test, saying there is “nothing pleasant about it.”

In response Teigen shared a very graphic description of one of her most painful experiences: giving birth to her daughter, Luna.

It all began after actress Sarah Thyre pointed out how she’s had “multiple hands shoved up my vagina to try to pull out a single damn baby,” while Trump was “bitching about a swab up your f–king nose that could save millions of lives F——-CK YOUUUUU.”

Teigen then reshared Thyre’s tweet and wrote, “my vagina was ripped to my asshole giving birth to Luna. I had a vagasshole. f–k your swab pain.”

The cookbook author continued by going into detail about Luna’s birth.

“they had to put a garbage bag at the end of the bed to collect my blood before stiching [sic] me up, where I then had to pee using a water bottle as a pain fountain for 3 months,” Teigen tweeted. “so yeah. the swab, I bet it’s super rough.”

A fan then replied with a photo of Teigen and her husband John Legend with a newborn baby Luna, writing the picture now has “a whole new meaning.” Teigen replied, “yep I had one giant vagasshole here.”

See the unfiltered tweets below.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has more than 354,670 confirmed cases and killed more than 15,400 as of March 23.

Though the outbreak originated in Wuhan, China, the coronavirus has spread to at least 160 other countries and territories. In the US, more than 41,000 Americans have contracted the virus and over 470 have died. However, medical experts and epidemiologists predict the numbers will continue rise.

Symptoms of the coronavirus include fever, cough, shortness of breath and difficulty breathing, per the World Health Organization.

According to the CDC, older adults and those who have underlying chronic medical conditions — such as heart disease, diabetes and lung disease — are at a higher risk of developing complications from the illness.

To see more of our coverage on COVID-19, click here.

[via TooFab]

Share This Post