JOHN Legend was slammed for "staying silent" about his wife Chrissy Teigen's "bullying" as he celebrated their son Miles' 3rd birthday.

Chrissy's old tweets have resurfaced and fans are calling for her to "get canceled."

Over the weekend, John shared a tribute to his son, who was celebrating his third birthday.

In the pic, Miles crossed his arms over his chest as he dressed in a similar fashion to his dad: a white button up and plaid pants.

He also shared plenty of other pics where he was the main star.

Despite receiving tons of love from friends and fans, others took it as an opportunity to ask the judge of The Voice why he hadn't talked about the drama surrounding his model wife.

One fan wrote on Twitter after he shared the pics of their youngest son: "Your wife is a danger. She told a child to commit suicide. So many children battle with suicide thoughts and lose the battle. This is horrible what your wife has told a child."

A second one commented: "Can you and Chrissy Teigen remove your accounts from here?"

While a third tweeted: "Bullies hide when they are caught."

Another shared: "I hope you're a better role model for him than his mother.

"Bullying is a learned behavior. Adult bullies raise mean kids, and the cycle never ends."

Fans ganging up against the Hollywood couple comes after Courtney Stodden accused Chrissy of bullying as they uncovered a series of tweets and messages she had sent them back in 2011.

Courtney made the claims during a new interview with The Daily Beast, which was published on Monday. 

While talking about the 35-year-old model, they told the outlet: "She wouldn't just publicly tweet about wanting me to take 'a dirt nap' but would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself. Things like, "I can't wait for you to die."' 

Courtney rose to fame in 2011 when they married Green Mile actor Doug Hutchison, who is 35 years her senior, at only 16 years old.

The couple later divorced in 2020.

Chrissy started tweeting a number of rude comments at the model when they were just a teenager.

Courtney has called Chrissy a “bully” and shared tweets that were apparently sent from the model between 2011 and 2012.

One tweet read: “@CourtneyStodden my Friday fantasy: you. Dirt nap. Mmmmmm baby.”

A second read, “Go. To sleep. Forever” in response to a tweet from Courtney that read: “On the 8th day of Christmas my true love gave to me: Eight Erotic Elves.”

A third read: “@CourtneyStodden I hate you.”

Whole another stated: “@CourtneyStodden what drug makes you do that with your mouth? Asking for a friend who really wants to know how to look like an idiot. thanks.”

Following the uncovering of her tweets, Chrissy rushed to apologize on Twitter but Courtney was not having it.

Following her drama with Courtney, more of Chrissy's problematic tweets began to resurface.

In one tweet, the Sports Illustrated called now former Teen Mom OG's Farrah Abraham a "wh**re" after the reality TV star did two porn films.

She had written back in 2013: "Farrah Abraham now thinks she's pregnant from her sex tape.

"In other news, you're a w***e" and everyone hates you, whoops not other news, sorry."

Farrah hit back this past weekend, saying the mother of two's behavior was "disturbing" and urging her to "get mental help."

Chrissy was also slammed by Lindsay Lohan's mom, Dina, after a resurfaced tweet from 2011 claimed the Mean Girls actress self-harmed.

Chrissy had tweeted: "Lindsay adds a few more slits to her wrists when she sees emma stone."

Lindsay's mom Dina, 58, defended her daughter after the tweet was uncovered this week, telling Chrissy to "look into herself" and "own" her actions.

She told Fox News: "As a single mother of four children I have raised them to be kind, humble and non-judgmental.

"That being said, I will not judge her words towards others but I stand firm in one looking into oneself and continue to learn and grow #ownyou."

Sadly, these resurfaced tweets have lost Chrissy business as her cooking lines have been pulled from both Target and Macy's.

The Sun revealed that Chrissy's line, Cravings, was pulled from Target's website last week.

Macy's quickly followed in Target's footsteps, pulling the line a few days after, The Sun also revealed.

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