“Law & Order: Organized Crime” star Christopher Meloni may save lives consistently on his popular show, but that doesn’t guarantee that no social media hate goes his way.
He may be missing some hair on his head, but he certainly isn’t missing a fierce attitude to give it back to anyone who dishes out hate.
Someone on Twitter wrote, “hi @Chris_Meloni do you miss when you actually had hair or are u having fun living the egg head life.”
To which Meloni clapped back by writing, “Acceptance is a beautiful thing to experience.”
While the Twitter user admits it was all a joke, it’s unclear if the “Law & Order: Organized Crime” star took it as a joke or not himself.
At the end of the day, Meloni has proved he’s pretty confident in who he is. The iconic actor recently appeared in an epic photoshoot with Interview Magazine donning a tight green tank top, blindingly bright pink pants, and some stylish chokers. He even rocked a crop top in a few of the shots with the publication.
The actor joked, “This is what has happened. I’ve been blessed with glutes that have an attractive shape.” As a result, he’s gotten plenty of comments calling him a “zaddy” on the internet. This is basically just an attractive man who is usually older, fashionable, and charismatic.
“I’ve been called that a lot, and who am I to argue with it? Sure, I’m a zaddy.”
Clearly, most of the internet isn’t spending their time calling the “Law & Order: Organized Crime” star an egg head.
Christopher Meloni Talks Long-Hair Phase
Christopher Meloni wasn’t always rocking the nearly-bald look.
In fact, at one point his hair was flowy, long, and somewhat out of control. In an interview on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Meloni said that when he was 18 he started to grow his hair out for a few years.
Fallon proceeded to surprise Meloni with a hilarious picture of the “Law & Order: Organized Crime” star with long, wavy brown hair that went past his shoulders. He was posing on an old car in the iconic 1970s snapshot.
Fallon also asks, “Were you in a band or something?” To which Chris Meloni jokes, “I thought I was in my head, obviously.”
The two then proceed to hilariously mimic his iconic “thumb tuck pose” he’s striking in the photograph. It all proves that Meloni is more than willing to poke a little fun at himself.
Luckily, fans will get to see more of Meloni as he returns for the second season of the popular “Law & Order: Organized Crime.” The series will air on NBC this fall on Thursday night at 10 p.m. ET, which is right after “Law & Order: SVU.”