AN ANONYMOUS Journalist has claimed that Piers Morgan has millions of fake Twitter followers in his list of over 7m followers.
Twitter user @AnonymousJourn9 took to the social media website and claimed that the Good Morning Britain host had “4,627.500+ fake followers” and alleged that the former Mirror editor who was fired for printing fake images of British troops abusing Iraqi prisoners of buying followers.
The results are in with regards to @piersmorgan’s fake/bot followers. 4,627.500+ CONFIRMED FAKE FOLLOWERS!
We are in no doubt he bought these follower as explained later in this thread.
It was impossible to give an exact number as explained next… 1/22
— Anonymous Journalist (@AnonymousJourn9) May 12, 2020
The investigation claimed Morgan had just over 2.8million real followers.
Morgan denied the claims writing: ““I don’t know who you are, but this is an absolute lie,”
I don't know who you are, but this is an absolute lie. I have never bought a single Twitter follower, and wouldn't know how.
So I strongly suggest you delete this defamatory thread before I take further action.
cc @TwitterUK @Twitter https://t.co/v3t9mENnO0
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) May 14, 2020
“I have never bought a single Twitter follower, and wouldn’t know how.”
He added: “So I strongly suggest you delete this defamatory thread before I take further action.””
BBC BREAKFAST has been named Britain’s most-watched news programme, thanks to the king of fake news, Piers Morgan.
The BBC One programme was watched by a total of 11.2m people on average every week, trouncing its embattled rival over at ITV.
41% of people watching TV between the hours of 6-9am are watching BBC One with its star presenters Dan Walker, Louise Minchin, Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt.