Piers Morgan’s followers were surprised and dismayed when he apparently began sending out abusive messages on Twitter early Tuesday morning. Fans of the 57-year-old were shocked to see tweets containing insults directed at the late Queen Elizabeth II and pop musician Ed Sheeran on his social media account.
Piers Morgan wrote 14 articles that were critical of Meghan Markle in the course of one year, while only writing 5 such articles about Prince Andrew. The writer claims to only dislike Meghan Markle for the supposed harm she has caused to the royal family’s reputation, but asks how Meghan Markle could have done more damage than someone associated with a child sex trafficker.
“While it is always unfortunate when someone’s personal information is compromised, some may find it satisfying that Piers Morgan, who has a controversial history as the editor of the Daily Mirror where voicemail hacking occurred, has had his own Twitter account hacked. Some may view it as a form of karma.”
It became evident that the celebrity’s Piers Morgan Twitter account had been hacked and taken over by a group calling themselves the “chuckling squad.” Piers Morgan’s account name was altered multiple times, including being changed to “lol” and “Michael,” and inappropriate language was also used to rename the account.
Piers Morgan disturbing tweets today
Disturbing Tweets coming from Piers Morgan after the Hack
One tweet that was sent out caused shock when it simply stated: “f*** the queen.”
And another branded pop singer Ed Sheehan a ‘ginger pk” – and later upped the stakes by branding the singer a “ginger fer”.
Fans and followers quickly reacted to the rude remarks – with many petitioning Twitter to highlight that Piers’s account had clearly been hacked.
Who is Piers Morgan?
Piers Morgan is a British journalist, television presenter, and radio host. He is best known for his work as a presenter on the British television program “Good Morning Britain” and as a judge on the talent show “Britain’s Got Talent.”
Morgan has also worked as a newspaper editor, including serving as the editor of the Daily Mirror from 1995 to 2004. In recent years, he has gained a reputation for being outspoken and controversial, often voicing strong opinions on a wide range of topics.