Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan has ignited a Twitter feud once more… this time with chart-topping rapper Stormzy.
Piers, who has just signed a new two year deal to keep him on ITV, saw red after reading Stormzy told a group of seven-year-old children at his primary school that freshly elected Prime Minister Boris Johnson is a "very, very, bad man".
Quote tweeting an article about the rapper's comments, Piers added: "He shouldn't have done this, and should't have been allowed to do this."
Hitting back, the Glastonbury 2019 headliner replied: "The kid asked me a question and I replied truthfully nothing wrong with that Piers lol."
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Never on to let things slide, Susanna Reid's GMB co-host responded: "Come off it Stormzy – saying stuff like that to a bunch of very young school kids isn’t cool, and you know it.
"You’re a hugely influential role model now to so many youngsters, wield that power more carefully."
Determined to have the last word and stick by his comments, Stormzy, who famously slated Theresa May at the 2018 BRIT Awards over her handling of Grenfell Tower said: "No it isn’t cool, it’s the truth lol.
"Again, they asked me a question and I answered it truthfully and with jest.
"I gave em my opinion, they’ll grow up and be able to make their own, this ain’t a shocking incident pal sorry lol."
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In his 2019 single Vossi Bop, Stormzy, chants 'f*** Boris'.
During the track, which dominated charts around the world, Stormzy rages: "I'll never die, I'm Chuck Norris/F*** the government and f*** Boris."
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- Caroline Flack
- Piers Morgan
- Susanna Reid
- Theresa May
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