A number of celebrities are showing Kim Kardashian West support after the 35-year-old reality superstar was held up at gunpoint by masked men who entered the luxury apartment she was staying at in Paris, France.
While Late Late Show host James Corden was one of the first to shame Kim's haters, the mother of two's close friend, model Chrissy Teigen, quickly defended her and commented on the difficulties of dealing with fame.
"Some s**t just isn't funny. I see you trying, but it isn't," she tweeted on Sunday night, when the news broke. "Fame is interesting. Celebs are supposed to love you guys while also knowing you'd make a meme of our dead bodies to get retweets."
WATCH: Kanye West Rushes to Kim Kardashian's Side as She Returns to New York After Paris Robbery
Teigen later responded to some Twitter users who criticized her stance, adding that she wasn't "trying to be condescending."
"I dunno. It's hard to explain because everyone thinks money and fame is pure awesome, so it just sounds whiny. I get it, trust me. Go off," she tweeted. "It is just a weird little world that I cannot expect anyone to get. I know it seems super awesome and laughable. I know. I myself think it is bonkers."
"No one is begging you for sympathy. I know the game plan is to naturally hate celebrities," she added. "Please do not think that I think celebrities are special snowflakes. I just miss empathy, in general, for everyone."
Salma Hayek talked to the Associated Press on Monday about the incident -- which the actress called "horrific" -- and was asked if Kim's experience made her more hesitant to bring jewelry to Paris.
"I don't have that much jewelry in Paris. I don't," Hayek said, who's married to French businessman Francois-Henri Pinault. "I love Paris but I don't have the jewelry here, because I don't live here. I come, but I don't live here. I know it's terrible, but thank God she's OK. Thank God she's OK. That's the only thing I can say, because it could have been worse."
"And thank God her little girl was not here so… I know it's horrific, but at least there were some good points in that the little girl was not here and that she's fine," she continued.
Interestingly enough, Piers Morgan -- who Kim has clashed with in the past, specifically about posting naked selfies -- also publicly showed his compassion.
"Feel very sorry for @KimKardashian," the British journalist tweeted. "Must have been a terrifying experience."
Singer Leona Lewis showed her support, after she dealt with a traumatic event in 2009, when the singer was punched in the face during a book signing.
"Years later I'm still personally dealing with trauma after being attacked," Lewis shared. "We should be sending love to @KimKardashian. It's an awful ordeal."
Of course, former Hills star Spencer Pratt had a few thoughts on the situation.
"Obviously there is nothing funny about this," he tweeted. "Messing with Kim is attack on America! France better make this right. For real tho where is apology from French president."
"I'm furious Paris police didn't have police protection for Kim especially after that scum assaulted her earlier in the week," he added, referencing infamous prankster Vitalii Sediuk attacking Kim in Paris last week.
Sherri Shepherd, Steve Harvey, Tom Green and more also tweeted about the robbery.
WATCH: Kim Kardashian Reportedly Robbed of $10 Million Worth of Jewelry in Paris
Kim is "badly shaken but physically unharmed" after the scary incident, her spokesperson told ET. On Monday, she returned to New York City to be with her husband, Kanye West, who abruptly stopped his show at the Meadows Festival in Queens, New York, mid-song on Sunday, citing a "family emergency."