The blonde babe posed for the snap while gazing out of the plane window with her feet up as she reclined in her seat on the swanky jet. She looked fashionably comfortable in a pair of gray joggers, a fitted black turtleneck, stylish shades and Chanel high tops.
"Couldn't come up with any captions that weren't toxic…might as well keep my mouth shut 🤷🏼♀️," she captioned Sunday's post along with the hashtag: "#ifonlyicouldsaywhatimthinking."
While it is unclear what exactly her shady comment was referring to, her fans didn't pass on the chance to hype her up for her sassiness.
"Freedom of speech say what to feel middle fingers to the haters it's all love here ❤️❤️😍😍 Live Life because you've worked hard 💪💪," one user wrote, while another stated, "😂 Love the passive aggressiveness."
"Sometimes saying nothing at all is saying everything you need to ✨❤️✌️😈," a third follower added.
Chrisley, who recently made headlines after news of her ex Nic Kerdiles' major mental health scare broke, followed up her post with a heartfelt quote on her Instagram Story that read: "Sometimes we are so busy looking up and looking forward trying to figure out the next moves in our lives — or looking backwards at all the places we have been — that we don't look down and figure where we actually are."
As OK! previously reported, Chrisley's former fiancé nearly took his own life earlier this year after he mistakenly mixed medication and alcohol following a bout with COVID-19, causing him to black out and threaten his own life with a gun.
Kerdiles — who split from Chrisley in 2020 — expressed his gratitude at the time for his former fiancée and her dad, Todd Chrisley, for helping him survive the scary incident.
“I’m super grateful to be here today,” he stated last month while updating his fans on the situation. “I recently went through COVID as well, and now, reading a lot more about it, I kind of understand why this situation might have happened that occurred the other night.”
Chrisley's dad issued a statement at the time as well, providing the number for a suicide prevention hotline and explaining, "Mental health is real…this is our truth. I'm so proud of you Nic. thanking God everyday that he's allowed us to keep you."