Originally written on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 10/21/13

In between tweeting about hair extensions and an upcoming fashion show, Kristin Cavallari went on the defensive after her husband Jay Cutler was injured on Sunday. And got into a Twitter war with a user because of her fashion posts. The shoe designer showed her concern for Cutler, as she responded to Twitter followers who attempted to accuse her of being more worried about her hair than the injury. She had posted a makeup-free selfie of herself in a Bears cap tweeting: "Go Bears #nofilter #nomakeup #dontcare." Apparently some Bears fans took it the wrong way. "I tweeted that BEFORE he got hurt. Blocked RT @Mangsta: Husband gets seriously hurt. @KristinCav tweets about not having hair extensions," she tweeted. I tweeted that BEFORE he got hurt. Blocked RT @Mangsta: Husband gets seriously hurt. @KristinCav tweets about not having hair extensions. — Kristin Cavallari (@KristinCav) October 20, 2013 "I know it seems like I only respond to haters but they drive me crazy when they have NO clue what they are talking about," she added. I know it seems like I only respond to haters but they drive me crazy when they have NO clue what they are talking about — Kristin Cavallari (@KristinCav) October 20, 2013 The former reality star was clearly upset after witnessing the Chicago quarterback's groin injury during his game against the Redskins and went after a hater with the full fury of her thumbs. Cutler was tackled by Washington Redskins defensive lineman Chris Baker and was soon replaced by backup quarterback Josh McCown. After struggling to make it to the locker room, Cutler underwent X-rays and is set to have an MRI scan on Monday. Cavallari — who has a one-year-old son Camden, with Cutler — is set to be at the Akira fashion show in Chicago, as her shoe collection will be shown on the runway, but her husband's injury will no doubt dog the catwalk.

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