Chrissy Teigen: Stop promulgation me pictures of ‘John babies’

Chrissy Teigen knows accurately since so many babies demeanour like John Legend — and she’s over it.

The supermodel and her husband are constantly sent pictures from fans of babies who demeanour like the RB crooner, ever given a photo of a 4-month old child imitative Legend went viral back in 2014.

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have their own daughter, Luna, but there are tons of babies out there that demeanour some-more like Legend than she does.

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Three years later, Teigen motionless adequate is enough.

“For the LAST TIME, JOHN looks like a baby so A LOT OF BABIES LOOK LIKE HIM STOP SENDING ME JOHN BABIES,” Teigen tweeted on Monday.

Star of John Legend’s latest music video is daughter Luna

Legend seems to agree. Earlier in the day, a fan tweeted, “I consider the reason all these babies demeanour like John Legend competence be that John Legend looks like a baby.”

Legend simply replied, “Exactly.”

Fans send photos of their children to both Legend and Teigen all the time, speculating about paternity and wondering if Legend ever donated to a spermatazoa bank.

Recently the contention was sparked once again when a user shared a photo of a baby who bears a distinguished similarity to the singer.

“Explain fam,” pronounced @MrMenziN, tweeting it at the star. The twitter has over 18 thousand retweets.

Other users began posting identical pictures, of babies and toddlers who demeanour just like the “Ordinary People” singer.


“The reason all these babies demeanour like John Legend since his music got you pregnant,” another user offering as an explanation.

Babies aren’t the only people Legend is pronounced to demeanour like. Teigen tweeted back in Feb that people also review him to cartoon impression Arthur the Aardvark, posting a viral meme of the impression clenching his fist.

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