Chrissy Teigen, John Legend
Chrissy Teigen defended her husband John Legend after the pair were approached by a paparazzo who compared the “Love Me Now” singer to a monkey. Photographed above: Teigen and Legend at a Golden Globes after party in Beverly Hills, California, on Jan. 10, 2017. Getty Images

Chrissy Teigen has never been one to take flak from anyone. The model regularly claps back at her haters on Twitter, putting their true colors on display for all her followers to see.

Teigen tweeted about an experience she had with an unnamed paparazzo on the social media site on Wednesday. The mother of one tweeted to her followers that while strolling through JFK Airport in New York she was allegedly approached by a man who began asking her cooking questions. Teigen said the conversation ended with a bigoted bombshell that left her in shock.

The “Cravings” author did not share a photo of the man in question, telling a fan she felt it was what he wanted. Teigen went on to say that fans would know soon enough who it was, suggesting that he’d put the footage out after editing it heavily. John Legend, who was with his wife when the incident occurred, has not spoken out.

This is hardly the first time Teigen has had a run in with the paparazzi. In February 2015, while accompanying her hubby to the Grammy Awards, the model had some choice words for a boisterous photographer. While posing on the red carpet one of the photogs began shouting at Teigen about holding her poses, to which she quickly retorted. She asked that he not yell in her direction, sprinkling in a few profane words to really drive home her point, and got right back to being fabulous.

The footage from the incident Teigen described has yet to hit the web.