Chrissy Teigen Rips Into Conservative Host Criticizing ‘Parasite’ Win: ‘What a Dumb F*cking Tool You Are’

'Parasite' Became the first non-English film to win the Best Picture award.

Chrissy Teigen attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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Chrissy Teigen attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Chrissy Teigen has never been one to hold her tongue, especially when she catches wind of people being overtly discriminatory to others. 

At Sunday's Oscar Awards, Parasite took home the award for Best Original Screenplay. For some reason, TV host Jon Miller, took Parasite's success as an attack on America. 

"A man named Bong Joon Ho wins #Oscar for best original screenplay over Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and 1917," Miller tweeted. "Acceptance speech was: 'GREAT HONOR. THANK YOU.' Then he proceeds to give the rest of his speech in Korean. These people are the destruction of America."

Miller added, "These people' are obviously not Koreans but those in Hollywood awarding a foreign film that stokes flames of class ware over 2 films I thought were more deserving simply to show how woke they are. That should be clear from the rest of the of what I tweeted about tonight's production."

Somehow this tweet slid across Teigen's desk. As a woman of Asian descent and a decent human being, Teigen felt compelled to rip into Miller for his remarks. 

"What a dumb fucking tool you are, your family is embarrassed," Teigen tweeted. "At gatherings they’re literally like 'how’s Jon doing that little dumb fuck tool' and everyone goes 'yeah we don’t care he’s a fucking dumb shit' - come say hi if you’re out tonight." 

Her husband John Legend shared his displeasure of Miller's tweet as well, replying with "Do they pay you for these dumb takes or is this something you do for fun."

If this win angered Miller that much than he must've had a hard evening. Along with being named Best Screenplay, Parasite went on to take home several awards. This included becoming the first non-English movie to win the Best Picture Award as well as Parasite's Bong Joon-ho being named this year's Best Director. 

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