AceShowbiz - Chrissy Teigen is back at it with her flawless sense of humor. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model took to Twitter over Christmas weekend to troll John Mayer with a hilarious Photoshopped booty picture of Nicki Minaj.
Mayer first complained on the micro-blogging site about people who altered a photo of themselves. "Nothing provides a clearer view into someone's taste, eye or intentions like the way they retouch a photo," so the 40-year-old tweeted on Friday, December 22.
Nothing provides a clearer view into someone’s taste, eye or intentions like the way they retouch a photo.— John Mayer (@JohnMayer) December 22, 2017
On the following day, Teigen took notice of Mayer's tweet, to which she responded with with a photo of her head superimposed on Minaj's body as the raptress squatted in an iconic pose which was featured on the cover art of her 2014 song "Anaconda".
"I'm dying. New hi score," the "Still Feel Like Your Man" crooner responded.
I’m dying. New hi score. 🌟— John Mayer (@JohnMayer) December 23, 2017
Teigen, who is currently expecting her second child with singer husband John Legend, revealed she's had the pic since September 2015, before telling a fan that she didn't know that Mayer "loves" Minaj, whom he had a flirtatious Twitter exchange of his own with back in September.
"Wha[t] are you playing at chrissy. You know he loves Nick[i]," so the fan commented, to which the "Lip Sync Battle" co-host responded, "I did not know this. now this is weird."
As previously reported, Mayer left fans wondering if he had a crush on Minaj after he tweeted, "I spend an inordinate amount of time per day wondering if Nicki Minaj would like me or not." The singer freaked out when the Trinidadian femcee responded, "Would my body be your wonderland?" referencing to his 2001 hit single "Your Body Is a Wonderland".
Seemingly not expecting her response, Mayer was losing his mind over her tweet as he tweeted back, "Please hold, losing my s**t." The "Love on the Weekend" singer added that "this isn't my reply yet."