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Chrissy Teigen Starts a ‘Blender War’ on Twitter: Read the Hilarious Exchange

May the best blender win! Chrissy Teigen inadvertently started a heated Twitter war between several blender companies on Tuesday, June 28.

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The model and social media spitfire, 30, took to Twitter to tell her fans that after telling a friend named Amina that she bought her a Vitamix blender as a gift, the company immediately began following her.

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Chrissy Teigen attends the 2015 CFDA Awards at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on June 1, 2015, in New York City. Taylor Hill/FilmMagic

“I DM’ed Amina that I would send her a Vitamix and literally 3 seconds later I got a notification saying @Vitamix is now following. SPIES!?” she tweeted, which was met with a sassy response from competing blender company Nutribullet: That’s why you need a #NutriBullet. @chrissyteigen.”

Clearly amused, Teigen couldn’t help but follow up by enthusiastically tweeting, “Oh shiiieeet BleNdeR WArrrS!!!”

Next, the mom of Luna, 2 months, reveled in her unexpected role as blender BRAWL referee by posing the query: “@thenutribullet what do u hate about @vitamix and @vitamix same question.”

Nutribullet, quoting Teigen’s husband’s John Legend’s 2013 hit “All of Me,” took the high road. “@chrissyteigen We’re not haters!” the corporation insisted. “All of us, loves all of them.”

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While Vitamix didn’t reply, family-owned blender company Blendtec decided to jump in the mix. “@chrissyteigen Did someone say blender wars?! We’re IN!” they shared, to which Teigen asked, “WHAT DO U GOT, @BLENDTEC.”

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“@chrissyteigen Crush it? We PULVERIZE it!” Blendtec boasted, touting their superiority over all other blender companies. “Our blunt blade is 80% thicker & 30% stronger than any blade in this war.”

With that information, Teigen had no other choice but to ask the blender businesses if A) they liked kids and B) if they were fans of Beyoncé. While Nutribullet and Blendtec stayed mum on the topic of children, they both stated that, yes, they belong to the Beyhive. (Although Vitamix is the blender Teigen purchased, they ironically never engaged in the Twitter battle.)

Even other companies — unrelated to blenders — weighed in on the brawl. “@chrissyteigen This is so entertaining,” ZOYA Nail Polish chimed in. “IT’S GETTING L I T,” Teigen agreed.

While she never named a champion, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit beauty seemed happy to mediate the unforeseen blender face-off. “Ok I have to feed my baby now,” she concluded. “I feel really good about what we accomplished today guys.”

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