Chrissy Teigen is one of the most popular celebs on Twitter, and for good reason.
Her candid - and frequently hilarious - insights make her a welcome change of pace from the Kim Kardashians of the world who mainly use social media to promote the next episode of their reality shows.
On Wednesday, Chrissy tweeted about the Canadian Parliament shooting that left one soldier dead, and her commentary on the state of gun violence in America left some of her followers so enraged that she was forced to delete her account.
"Active shooting in Canada, or as we call it in America, Wednesday," Teigen tweeted during the attack.
That was followed by a barrage of death threats and the sort of disgusting anti-female statements that the Internet is sadly becoming known for.