Twitter [n]: a social media tool used to throw shade at someone if you don't agree with what he/she is saying or you are trying to defend your friend. Wait... what? That seems to be what Chrissy Teigen and Katie Cassidy think the definition is, because the two are throwing it down on Twitter. It all started Sunday night during the Seattle Seahawks/Green Bay Packers game. First, Cassidy's Arrow co-star Stephen Amell posted a tweet inquiring FOX Sports reporter Erin Andrews to ask Seahawks player Richard Sherman "why he stayed on the field while he's a physical liability." To which Cassidy responded, "Seriously, why isn't she doing her job?? @amellywood @BrandonStrabley @ErinAndrews."
Well, Cassidy's tweet prompted model Teigen to throw major shade at Cassidy and defend her good friend Andrews. Teigen's first tweet (yes, there are several in this Twitter "war") reads: "@MzKatieCassidy JOB [noun] : the work a person does regularly to make money. alt: what @ErinAndrews has. 2nd alt: What you don't have. Bye!"
As stated above, their tweets go back and forth for awhile. Cassidy even tweeted a short 13 hours ago to Teigen and defined her own word, similar to what Teigen did above. Seriously, who knew we'd get an English lesson from these two while they're throwing it down? Thank you? It all kind of seems silly, but I can't blame Teigen for wanting to defend her friend. With that said, I don't really think Cassidy meant to insult Andrews as a person, even though it came off that way.
For those who follow Cassidy on social media, she's a huge Seahawks fan and maybe she was just caught up in the game and let her passion get the best of her. Who knows, but here are the tweets to catch you up.
As you can see, Teigen seems to be blaming Cassidy for dissing Andrews because the sports reporter is dating Cassidy's ex, Los Angeles Kings player Jarret Stoll. Cassidy dated him in 2010, while Andrews started dating Stoll in 2012. Is the Twitter war over? I have no idea, but it looks like Teigen has moved on to bigger and better things, like tweeting about more important issues: