Stephanie Seymour Wants To Clarify That Whole “Bitches Of The Moment” Thing

June 20, 2016 / Posted by:

Earlier this month, Stephanie Seymour proved she’s still got bad-bitch supermodel blood running through her veins when she referred to popular-on-social-media and reality TV models like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid by as “bitches of the moment” instead of “supermodels” to Vanity Fair. Kendall dramatically hit back at Stephanie by calling her a “cyberbully” in a piece on her personal website. A few days later, Gigi’s mama came for Stephanie too. Yolanda Foster told TMZ: “It’s sad to see some of these beautiful semi-retired supermodels, who are mothers themselves now, feel the need to publicly put down someone else’s daughter.

Stephanie has decided to defend herself against that “cyberbully” accusation and try to explain what she meant with that “bitches of the moment” comment.

Yesterday, Stephanie threw up a side-by-side picture of Kendall and Gigi on Instagram and attempted to backpedal a bit on the whole “bitches” thing. Stephanie loves Kendall and Gigi and she totally didn’t mean it in a shady way. Stephanie is not the Cristal Conners to their Nomi Malone.

“I don’t usually address rumors, but since feelings have been hurt I would like to set the story straight. At an event last week I was jokingly asked if the ‘era of supermodels’ was over, what should we call the new great ‘it’ girls?? There were no names mentioned, and NO ill intent involved. A supermodel is a supermodel. I respect and admire all these women in my industry, in particular Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner. Having been in the business over 20 years I know how hard these women work. Bravo to both Gigi and Kendall for their success!!”

Did she really even have to clarify? I think we all figured she was sort of joking with that BOTM thing. It’s not like when Vanity Fair asked her about current-day supermodels, she recoiled and hissed: “Supermodels? More like super shitty garbage trash. Unless you want a 6-inch Versace heel up your ass, never utter the word ‘supermodel’ in the same sentence as those talentless bitches in my presence ever again.

But it’s probably a good idea that she did. Stephanie comes from a generation of supermodels that were required to do much more than just wear fancy clothing. 90s supermodels had big brains that were able to calculate how much money they needed to get out of bed. Kendall and Gigi were only programmed to turn around at the end of the runway and keep their eyes open during selfies. So I don’t know if they’re able to recognize a joke unless it begins with the words “Knock knock.

Here’s bitch of the moment – sorry, supermodel – Gigi Hadid looking like Judy Jetson from a CW Jetsons reboot while hosting the iHeartRadio MMVAs in Toronto yesterday.

Pics: Splash, Wenn.com

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