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It's no secret Chrissy Teigen is outspoken on social media.
The 29-year-old supermodel took to Twitter on Wednesday to comment on the how she perceives non-English speakers are treated at LAX—and apparently, her remarks did not sit well with a few of her over 53,000 followers.
"The way LAX treats non-English speakers makes me want to rage. The eye roll attitude and lack of patience is maddening," the Sports Illustrated stunner, whose mother is Thai and father is of Norwegian decent, wrote. "If TSA spoke to my mother the way they just spoke to an older Asian woman at security about removing her hat, I would be in jail."
While Teigen was seemingly making an observation as she made her way through airport security, some fans took issue with her commentary, causing John Legend's wife to snap back on Twitter.
"No. They aren't rude to everyone. Let me make my statement without interjecting yourself," she wrote, later adding, "whenever people say they hate me i get sad but then i realize i hate a s--t ton of people i don't know."
Of course, this isn't the first time that the brunette beauty has called out her feisty followers. Last month, she laughed off an Instagram commenter who wrote that her baby "f--ked up her body" (Teigen does not have a child).
"I can't stop laughing #thatbabyf--kedupmybodybutsowhat #nobaby," she wrote, posting a screenshot of the comment on Instagram.
Additionally, she posted a photo of her handsome hubby's bare butt last week, proving her social media pages are gifts that keep on giving.
"I'm very accustomed to what she's saying on Twitter," John Legend previously told E! News of his social-media savvy wife. "I'm very entertained by it. I love it. I'm her biggest fan."
He added, "Before she tweets something that might get her in trouble, she asks, 'What do you think about this one?' and I go 'Hmm, well these people might be upset by it. You just have to be prepared to deal with it' and then she decides what to do."