Chrissy Teigen has listened to John Legend’s forthcoming album, and let’s simply say she had loads of constructive criticism for her celebrity husband.
The “Cravings” cookbook writer took her notes to Twitter on Sunday, expressing concern over a sure lyric on the brand new document.
“Listening to john’s new album for the first time. ‘You know there’s a lot of women tryin to take your place’ bitch what the fuck?” Teigen tweeted, quoting the track.
She joked that the lyrics have been the explanation “why I’m gonna keep my options open with the men of better call Saul,” the “Breaking Bad” spinoff that she revealed over the weekend she’d been binge-watching.
Teigen added that she did have a favourite track on her husband’s new album, however couldn’t resist including just a little snark.
“One of my favorite ones is one with @JheneAiko why don’t u guys just get fuckin married!!!” she tweeted.
But Legend tweeted that Teigen neglected a vital a part of his track lyric, which might add a little bit of, you already know, context for followers.
“You didn’t tell them the punchline,” Legend tweeted. ”‘But I’m centered. I’m centered on you,’”
That would appear to observe “You know there’s a lot of women tryin to take your place.”
But Teigen wasn’t having it.
“Do u know what a punchline is,” she quipped.
Aiko responded to Teigen’s marriage “suggestion” by shutting it all down on Twitter.
But Teigen stored it going, leaking Legend’s new materials on each her Instagram and Twitter accounts.
“Currently leaking john’s album on my stories. out June 19th. or free when I get mad enough,” she captioned wrote within the caption of an Instagram video of herself bopping alongside to certainly one of Legend’s songs.
Legend had a solution for that submit as properly.
“I call this free promotion. Leak on,” he joked.
“Oh bitch it’s not free,” she answered.
These two! It seems like Legend goes to have to jot down an “All of Me” Part 2.
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