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Even after making her Twitter account private (meaning only people who followed her at the time that she changed the security setting can see her tweets), Chrissy Teigen still can't escape the criticism of the mommy-shaming crowd. On Wednesday, the Twitter account @uVuyoh tweeted a picture of Teigen holding her baby Luna Simone along with the text, "this is not how a baby is held!!!!" The account holder didn't just post the tweet, she tweeted it directly to the 30-year-old model. And to top it off, she included a bunch of the shocked face emojis because apparently she simply couldn't believe her eyes.

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In the paparazzi snap, Teigen is shown walking with in front of her husband, producer and performer John Legend, while she holds baby Luna in her arms. It may not look like the most secure of holds to some over-anxious moms, but it's not like she dangled the dang kid off a balcony or anything.

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Always one to speak (or tweet) her mind, Teigen replied to the tweet, "really because that's how I'm fucking holding her." Lol. Unshakable logic.

This person was not ready to be shut down, though, replying, "Nothing grinds my tits like a person holding a baby inappropriately! I almost grew up deformed coz i dislocated my arm for 2 days as a baby!"

And a follow up reading, "I dont give a crap where that baby popped out from! Do not hold a baby like a handbag!"

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It doesn't look at all like Teigen's carrying the baby like a handbag, though. How the heck are you supposed to hold a baby? By its feet? Its head? ​

To that Teigen replied, "Well you hold your handbag like a fucking idiot then." Once again, point goes to Teigen!

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Teigen followed that tweet up with two more, reading, "Let me know how you hold your baby when she’s about [to get] into a stroller and there are 20 camera flashes at night," and "Photos are literally split-second moments in time that evolve. I despise mommy shamers. I am a proud shamer of mommy shamers."

Unwilling to let it go, @uVuyoh tweeted once more, and Teigen kindly requested, "please, do shut up."

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Do people not have enough to do in their own lives that they have to tell celebrities how better to do things they clearly already know how to do? Because if so, maybe it's time for a hobby. Or there's always handbag-holding practice.