Kirstie Allsopp launched a violent attack on Piers Morgan in a furious rage on Twitter.
The Location, Location, Location star called the television star openly “total b ***** d” in a vicious tweet on Thursday.
Piers, 54, and Kirstie, 48, had an explosive line that everyone could see after wildly replying to one of his tweets.
It all started when Kirstie was accused of leaving London for Devon, a place she calls “home”, after her husband Ben Anderson captured the coronavirus.
Kirstie faced a huge backlash from her fans while still going to Devon despite believing she had contracted the killer virus and needed to isolate herself, according to The Sun.
He wrote: “The last 24 hours have been absolutely horrible, full of vile, unpleasant and frankly frightening comments.”
But outraged and outspoken Piers tweeted her tweet and replied: “Kirstie, you are rich, privileged and isolated in a luxurious country house with your family.
“Maybe stop doing this crisis on your fight with the trolls and direct your energy in gathering support for the NHS workers who risk their lives for us all in very dangerous circumstances?”
Kirstie replied to the GMB host with: “Total B ***** d.”
He added: “There was no need to retweet it for your millions of followers, it was absolutely useless and unkind to do.”
Piers urged her to “get over” herself and “have a hold”.
He wrote, “Oh, forget about yourself. Seriously. People are dying and others are risking their lives to try and save them. Take a hold and help them.”
Many fans agree with the controversial guest on social media.
In the crowd, one wrote: “Well said moles. Over time these rich” celebrities “have helped people in need rather than complaining.”
Others added: “He has a valid point. My best friend is an ICU nurse. Kirsty should be quiet. People are dying and are seriously ill. I hope you take stock of your privileged position and stop.”
It comes after Ben tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend.
The Channel 4 star and her husband took their children – Oscar, 11, Bay, 13, Hal, 17 and Lydia, 19 – out of school and to their home in Devon to isolate themselves.
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