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Canada and the world were in a state of semi-shock on Wednesday when a gunman opened fire on Parliament Hill, killing one soldier before he himself was shot and killed. Some of the images captured amidst the chaos were so surreal that it was hard to believe such a thing could happen in our home and native land.

Chrissy Teigen had a different reaction.

The Sports Illustrated model slash Twitter personality took to her social media platform of choice shortly after news of the shooting broke with the following observation:

People didn’t like it.

Like, really didn’t like it.

Like, really, really, really didn’t like it.

Teigen went on to make sure that every one knew she was not joking and that the tweet was social commentary.

When people started tweeting back at her with criticisms of poor timing and such, the model chose not to apologize but, instead, claimed it was all a big misunderstanding.

 

So…if a Canadian takes offense to someone making light of the fact that Parliament Hill was attacked, that’s their fault? Cool. Just checking.

By this point, things on Twitter had started to get pretty cray for Teigen, and in what was perhaps her wisest move of the day, she appeared to log off.

But only temporarily.

Like in Ottawa today, when a Canadian soldier was shot and killed. Right, Chrissy?

She then turned to her followers in what appeared to be a call for sympathy.

Which some people gave her. Then, in a brilliant move, Teigen finally tried to apologize…well, sort of.

What do you think about Chrissy Teigen’s controversial tweet? Join the conversation on Hubub or sound off in the comments below!