The model and wife of John Legend told Us Weekly that she wasn't interested in seeing nasty comments and jibes on her social media feeds and she'd prefer critics just say what they want without tagging her in.
"It's almost like f**king walking up to somebody, or going to somebody's house, knocking on the door and being like, 'You're fat,' I don't know if they think they're ballsy or what. But if you're going to speak negatively about me, just do me a favour and don't tag me in it."
She added: "I would like to say I read everything because it's pretty damn close. Probably 99.5 percent of things I really do read. And if I'm not reading it, it just means that I missed it."
Chrissy is one of our favourite ladies to follow on Twitter and Instagram. Partly because we lust after her gorgeous clothes, hair and make-up, and also because she's so relatable. Who remembers that stretch mark post earlier this year?
Meanwhile, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this month, her husband John admitted: "When Twitter first started, I was worried. Like, don't be too honest, don't share too much. But, then, I think she's actually more brazen on Twitter than she is just in regular life. She shows more of her sweet side in regular life. Once I got used to it… I love it."