Chrissy Teigen isn't taking Laura Ingraham's criticisms lying down.
The model and cookbook author shot back on social media following the Fox News Channel host's remarks about her place on Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World” list.
Ingraham examined the outlet's "curious choices" on Wednesday's "The Ingraham Angle" like Christine Blasey Ford and Taylor Swift.
Ingraham also brought up Teigen, who Time listed among its pioneers. The host highlighted a portion of Teigen's profile written by chef Eric Ripert: "... all her life, Chrissy Teigen has liked to eat. She’s not shy about that – or anything else, really."
"Well, that's nice, and innovative I guess, eating," Ingraham said. "But did most Americans like her take on female empowerment during last week's democrat retreat?"
Ingraham showed footage of Teigen being asked what word she wanted to help women use more often, she replied with a F-bomb: "(Expletive) you."
"Oh, OK," Ingraham said responding to the clip.
Teigen reached for her phrase when responding to Ingraham on social media early Thursday morning.
"Corny monster. There were 1 million other ways to try and take me down and this is what you choose? (Expletive) you," she tweeted with a smiling emoji.
In a follow-up tweet, Teigen recommended an honor for Ingraham.
"when time comes out with their 100 most influential white supremacists list, I promise I won’t question your worthiness, @IngrahamAngle," Teigen wrote.
Ingraham landed in hot water recently, with rappers like Snoop Dogg and The Game calling for her firing. Several prominent music figures were not pleased with how the conservative commentator discussed Nipsey Hussle's memorial on the April 12 episode of "The Ingraham Angle."
"Now this dear artist recently released a song called ‘FDT’ – F Donald Trump," Ingraham said during her evening newscast. She then proceeded to play a portion of the music video on air.
Although the 2016 song does feature the late "The Marathon Continues" artist, it actually belongs to Compton rapper YG. While discussing Hussle, the segment showed a clip from the "FDT" music video where only YG appeared onscreen.
"Now that’s a very creative refrain," Ingraham sarcastically remarked of the song to which her guest, journalist Raymond Arroyo, replied: "Very catchy."
The two chuckled as they continued to analyze the song.
The Game, a close friend of the late rapper, took to social media to call for the Fox News host's firing. Snoop Dogg commented, "I'm in." T.I. and R&B artist Tank also expressed their upset over the segment.
Contributing: Rasha Ali
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Fox News host Laura Ingraham mocks Chrissy Teigen, star claps back with fiery tweets