Laurence Fox targeted Lily Allen on Thursday evening after her heated debate on BBC question time. The actor spoke while ridiculing the vocal singer while watching his 113,000 Twitter followers this afternoon.
The 61-year-old shared a lengthy message, which grabs two screens of what was posted in what appeared to be an early hour, seemingly Himecker, 37.
They read: “One is sick to death of luvvies like Lawrence Fox going on TV and forcing his opinion on everyone when he never deals with what ordinary people have to deal with in his gated community.” Will happen.
“Shame the BBC; it’s not what we pay-TV licenses for us.” (sic)
The upload states: “Stick to acting partner. Instead of ranting about things you know anything.
It is unclear where the comment was initially posted and who was behind them, but she shared it with her fans as Laurence Lilly went on the blast.
He wrote – Lily Allen is the most amazing and brave artist in the whole full world. #stunningandbrave.
Since the post of Inspector, Lewis Starr has been liked more than 4,000 times and attracted a string of comments.
He has ended several tweets of the same hashtag, which is considered a cynical sanction on so-called political correctness.
The stunning and brave satire cartoon was the title of a 2015 episode of South Park, and parody political correctness within society.
Columnist Camilla Long told him: “The bizarre interference from the somewhat unknown Lily Allen here.”
Laurence — the ex-husband of actress Billie Piper — quickly retweeted his message with three laughs with a laughing emoji.
The small-screen favorite also responded to a tweet by academic Rachel C. Boyle, who accused him of ‘white privilege’ in a fierce on-air debate.
At the time, he responded to the charge of racism, as he discussed the treatment of Meghan Male by the British press and public.
He told fans: “Thank you for the amazing support that I have received after BBC Question Time. This task is not easy.”
“Being black academic research, race, and ethnicity is not easy. Conversing with ill-informed privileged people is not easy. But that’s what I came to do.
Then he said: “Stop there! We’re all behind you! #Stunningandbrave.”
On the show, Rachel said on the queen of Sussex, 37: “Let’s be real clear about what this is; let’s call it by its name – it’s racism.”
“She is a black woman, and she is torn to pieces.”
Having none of it, he told her: “This is not racism. We have been the most tolerant, beautiful country in Europe.
“It’s so easy just throwing your accusations of racism at everyone, and it’s starting to get boring now.”
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