BBC’s Giles Coren deletes ‘sick tweets’ amidst backlash after reaction to death of critic | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

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In a now-deleted tweets, Giles wrote: “When someone dies who has trolled you on Twitter, saying vile and hurtful things about you and your family, is it okay to be like, ‘I’m sorry for the people who loved you, and any human death diminishes me, but can you f*** off on to hell now where you belong’?”

Giles letter went on to add: “When someone dies who has trolled you on Twitter, saying vile and hurtful things about you and your family, is it okay to be like, ‘I’m sorry for the people who loved you, and any human death diminishes me, but, HA HA HA HA HA HA’?”

A screenshot of his deleted post as shared by journalist Ash Sarkar.

She added: “Dawn Foster once said Giles Coren had a famous dad, and he never forgave her for it. No wonder it rattled him so much: a working-class journalist, who had to fight for every scrap she got, called out the third-best Coren.”

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