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She described herself as “depressed” and “lost” in an Instagram post after being “canceled” due to a cyberbullying scandal.
And on Thursday, Chrissy Teigen took to social media again, this time to share the news of her French Bulldog Pippa’s death.
The model and cookbook author, 35, shared a photo of herself with her beloved pet and wrote: “Our beautiful little pippa just died in my arms, not long ago “.
Bereaved: Chrissy Teigen took to Instagram Thursday night to share the news that her beloved French Bulldog Pippa had died aged 10
Teigen continued, “She was 10 years old, I remember picking her up in Gainesville and documenting our trip home.
“She was a sassy broad – loved her pearl necklace and never took shit from ANY new dog we brought.
‘Our road dog with Sade, tour dog for years. we loved him so much. We love you my sweet girl. I know you’re screwing up the hell up there. Thank you for giving us your whole life.
Puddy is the name of the first dog she and her husband John Legend met; he passed away in March 2018.
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‘We loved him so much’: Teigen shared the puppy with her husband John Legend (pictured in 2014 in New York) and paid tribute to the dog she described as ‘a sassy broad’
Companions: Pippa had been the couple’s second pet; their first was an English Bulldog named Puddy who died in March 2018 (pictured with Teigen in 2013). Teigen and Legend still have Penny, a three-legged French Bulldog and an English Bulldog named Paul / Pablo
Legend, 42, also paid tribute to Pippa, sharing a photo showing the dog wearing her pearls and sitting on her lap.
“This photo is her best life on the road with her dad wearing pearls,” the Grammy-winning artist posted on her Instagram.
“She has given us so much joy for 10 years. We love you Pippa! ‘
The celebrity couple are still the dog of Penny, a three-legged French Bulldog they adopted in June 2014, and an English Bulldog named Paul / Pablo who joined the family in October 2017.
On Wednesday, Teigen admitted she was struggling to cope after stepping back from public life after being called out for “cyberbullying” in recent years.
Just back from a vacation in Italy with Legend and their children Luna, five, and Miles, three, she said on Instagram that she felt like living in a ‘cancellation club’.
She said it was “so weird to pretend nothing happened” when she felt like “all the shit in real life” and failed to connect with her fans.
Her Take: On Wednesday, Teigen shared on Instagram that she felt “depressed” and “lost” after stepping back from public life after being called for “cyberbullying.”
“I don’t really know what to say here… it feels so weird to pretend nothing has happened in this online world but to feel like shit in real life,” the statement, which was from a perspective first-person shot taken from Teigen’s living room.
“Going out sucks and it doesn’t suit me, being home alone with my mind makes my depressed head spin.” “
Teigen admitted his method wasn’t helping much, saying, “But I know the way I’m handling this now isn’t the right answer. “
“I feel lost and I need to find my place, I have to get out of this, I desperately want to communicate with you guys instead of pretending that everything is fine,” she explained, adding: ” I’m not used to anything else !! ‘
The celebrity went on to say that “Cancel club” was “fascinating”, but that she had “learned a lot” from the experience.
“Only a few understand it and you can’t tell until you’re in it,” she continued. “And it’s hard to talk about it in that sense because obviously you look plaintive when you’ve clearly done something wrong.
‘It just sucks. There is no gain. But there is never here anyway.
Learn his lesson? The model and cookbook author, 35, went on to say that ‘Cancel club’ was ‘fascinating’, but that she ‘learned a lot’ from the experience.
Turning on a more positive note, Chrissy told her fans, “All I know is that I love you, I miss you, and I just needed an honest moment with you because I’m just… tired of being sick of myself all day. ‘
Wondering if the sharing was wise, she continued, “I don’t even know if it’s okay to say all of this because it’s going to be brutally parted, but I don’t know. I can’t do this silent shit anymore! ‘
Then she contacted anyone else who was’ canceled ‘, writing,’ If you or someone you know has also been canceled, please let me know if there is a club meeting cancellation because I could use some time off my couch! »Before signing with love and thank you.
While this is the first time Teigen has addressed the cyberbullying scandal since June, she recently shared carefree vacation snapshots online with John and the family.
Looks carefree: Although this is the first time Teiigen has spoken about the cyberbullying scandal since June, she recently shared vacation snapshots with Legend and their kids.
Teigen first attempted to right a few of her wrongs by apologizing to Medium in June – her first time since taking a social media hiatus after a slew of allegations were revealed. ‘intimidation.
‘Hello everyone. It has been a VERY humiliating few weeks, ”she wrote at the time.
‘I know I’ve been silent, and God knows you don’t want to hear from me, but I want you to know I’m sitting in a hole of deserved global punishment, the ultimate’ Sit here and think about what you did. “
She added, “Not a day, not a single moment has passed that I haven’t felt the overwhelming weight of regret for the things I have said in the past. ”
Teigen has become the target of backlash after her abusive tweets originally created in 2011 resurfaced online, including one that urged 16-year-old Courtney Stodden to take her own life.
Speaking Out: Teigen first attempted to right a few of her wrongs with an apology shared with Medium in June – her first time since taking a social media hiatus after a multitude of ‘allegations of bullying
Lindsay Lohan was also the subject of an insensitive article by Teigen, in which a tweet from January 2011 read, “Lindsay adds a few extra slits to her wrists when she sees Emma Stone. ”
Old tweets from 2013 also resurfaced in which she described nine-year-old Oscar nominee Wallis as “arrogant” and called Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham, then 21, “wh * ** “.
Michael Costello accused Chrissy and her stylist, Monica Rose, of blacklisting him from the industry, which spawned his own suicidal ideation as the couple struggled to threaten the people and brands that s ‘they were associated with me, they would not work with any of them.
Cameroonian singer Dencia claimed Chrissy twice pushed her to the 2016 Grammy Awards after allegedly believing the singer’s assistant recorded it on her phone.