Writer and model Chrissy Teigen has joined calls for a boycott of Equinox and SoulCycle off the heels of reports that the developer behind the chain is hosting a fundraiser for President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden says GOP senators have called to congratulate him Biden: Trump attending inauguration is 'of consequence' to the country Biden says family will avoid business conflicts MORE’s reelection campaign. 

“The gym is my personal hell but if you're a member of Equinox perhaps it is time to say peace(out)-inox ayyyyy I'm still sick yes but f--- equinox,” Teigen sounded off in a series of tweets on Wednesday. 

“Everyone who cancels their equinox and soul cycle memberships, meet me at the library,” she added in another tweet. “Bring weights.”

Teigen is one of a growing number of celebrities going after the two fitness chains following a Washington Post report that Stephen Ross, the founder and CEO of The Related Companies, which owns both, plans to host a fundraiser luncheon for the president later this week.

Equinox and SoulCycle released a statement Wednesday in response to some concerns expressed about the campaign event, which they also added they do “not support.”


“To our community ... We want to let you know that Equinox and SoulCycle have nothing to do with the event and do not support it,” the statement read.

“As is consistent with our policies, no company profits are used to fund politicians,” the statement continued. “In fact, we are committed to all our members and the communities we live in.”

“We believe in tolerance and equality, and will always stay true to those values,” it added. “Mr. Ross is a passive investor and is not involved in the management of either business. We appreciate all who have reached out to us.”