BBC's Giles Coren removes "sick tweets" amid backlash following reaction to the death of a critic

BBC’s Giles Coren removes “sick tweets” amid backlash following reaction to the death of a critic

BBC's Giles Coren removes "sick tweets" amid backlash following reaction to the death of a critic

Giles posted a tweet that has since been deleted. He said: “When someone is killed who has trolling you on Twitter saying vile, hurtful things to you and your loved ones, it’s okay to say, ‘I’m sorry to the people who love you, but I can’t f*** off to hell now, where you belong.'”

Giles’ letter continued with the following: “When someone is killed who has trolling you on Twitter saying hurtful and vile things about your family and friends, it’s okay to say, “I’m sorry to all those who love you but I’m not worthless.”

Ash Sarkar, journalist, shared a screenshot from his deleted post.

She said that Dawn Foster had once stated Giles Coren was a famous father, and she never forgot it. It was no wonder that it scared him: A working-class journalist who had to fight every bit she could, called out Coren as the third best.

Publited at Wed 21 July 2021, 16:51:00 +0000

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