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Chrissy Teigen is doing Twitter right. On the platform, the model and wife of John Legend asks life’s most pressing questions and chastises society’s unhealthy beauty ideals, all while maintaining an air of wit. Her tweets should go on mugs, t-shirts, and cakes—and even the social network is acknowledging it.

Teigen and her husband stayed in on Grammys night, since Legend had attained the rare EGOT status—he had won all Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Awards—and “EGOT lazy,” Teigen tweeted. That didn’t mean she was left empty-handed, though.

On the contrary, Twitter thought it was the perfect time to name her “#MayorOfTwitter” by sending her a large cake that night.

“I don’t think I can accept gifts as the mayor!” Teigen responded in an Instagram story. She did, however, gracefully accept the cake, which was deliberately left blank by the company so she could “tweet” in real life.

Of course, Teigen took to Twitter to ask her followers for suggestions on how to ice her prize.

“The tweet that resulted in Trump blocking you,” replied Twitter user ‘LadySpartan19’. As it seems, that post involved Teigen telling POTUS, “Lolllllll no one likes you.”

Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it too? Teigen won it all.

Screenshot via Chrissy Teigen

[via Delish, images via various sources]

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