President Joe Biden is no longer following Chrissy Teigen on Twitter.
Last month the model became the first celebrity to appear in the @POTUS Twitter feed after she reached out to Biden, asking that he follow her on the platform.
"Hello @joebiden I have been blocked by the president for four years can I get a follow plz," Teigen tweeted at the time, but on Tuesday she backtracked on the request and asked that Biden unfollow her. The presidential account then unfollowed Teigen.
"I have tweeted a handful of times since my treasured @POTUS following," she tweeted. "In order for me to flourish as me, I must ask you to please lord unfollow me. I love you!!! It’s not you, it’s me!!!!"
Teigen did not explain why she wanted the president to unfollow her but fans speculated that she did not want to clog Biden's feed with her posts.
"OMG this made me laugh so hard only because I can relate. I had to block my pastor on FB because my social media self doesn’t match the person at church on Sunday," one follower replied to Teigen's tweet.
"Same when Jenna Marbles followed me. I would tweet every stupid idiot thought I had and then be like "oh god, I'm so sorry for clogging your timeline with my stupidity" another added.
Other followers reassured Teigen that her posts would not bother Biden.
"Chrissy, if he followed you, he apparently appreciates your kind of Twitter. You do you, boo, and appreciate that you might be giving him some entertainment :)" one tweeted.
"I'm sure POTUS is aware that you speak your mind and thus will not have a heart attack reading your tweets. Also, I doubt he reads tweets much. He ain't the other guy," another wrote.
Teigen was famously blocked by Donald Trump on Twitter in 2017. She often took jabs at the former president but what sent Trump over the edge was a tweet she fired off after he said some Republicans "do very little to protect the President," according to The Wrap.
"Lolllllll no one likes you," she wrote in response.
Shortly after, Teigen discovered she had been blocked.
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