Piers Morgan has sent quite a sassy message to his haters with his latest selfie as he wore a flower crown on his head.
The former Good Morning presenter, 55, is busy spending his free time teasing his haters on his official Twitter account, which is followed by 7.9million people.
In the snap, Piers can be seen looking smug while wearing a green polo shirt and a pair of brown sunglasses as he took the selfie from his shoulders upwards.
Wearing a daisy chain around his head, the star tweeted the photo out with a very sassy caption to hit out at his haters.
Tweeting alongside the photo, Piers wrote: "To my haters: peace out," followed by the peace emoji holding two fingers up.
Piers' trolls and fans alike rushed to reply under the picture.
One tweeted: "I find it interesting that those who cannot stomach criticism, & refuse to learn, default to naming those who call out bad behaviour as "haters". Hate is an extreme emotion… I don’t hate Morgan. I disagree with the behaviour. Ppl should use criticism to learn to be better."
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Another said: "GMB’s loss , it’s so dull now , feeble attempts to take people to task, it’s not the same without you , you raised issues that benefitted many, got answers that many wanted to hear ….. your a massive loss."
"I don't think people hate you, people are just asking themselves what happened to the great Piers Morgan!"
"You know you are smart than the current you, come on mate, chill and rediscover Piers the darling of entertainment industry," said another.
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It comes after Piers said in his latest column for the Daily Mail that he has "lost his job" after giving his "opinion" on Meghan Markle.
ITV confirmed Piers would not return to GMB on March 9, announcing he had "decided now is the time to leave Good Morning Britain".
It has gone on to cause quite the debate as to whether Piers comments' and constant criticism of Meghan is "racism", "bullying" or as he proclaims, "free speech".
His supporters have argued he has been an advocate of free speech, with Piers now claiming his own right to free speech has been taken away from him.
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Piers also slammed people who targeted his friend and former X Factor judge Sharon Osbourne after she stood up for him on her Twitter.
He wrote: "Sharon Osbourne was entitled to defend me without being deemed a racist.
"Just as I was entitled not to believe Meghan Markle without being deemed a racist."
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