MeGain’s nodding dog PR peddler Omid Scobie claims “clownery” forced him to delete a tweet deemed by many “hateful” to a 4-year-old child, Prince Louis
After beginning his stint at Yahoo! News with a nonsensical “800-word rant” in May, the plastic-not-fantastic ‘Megamouthed Montecito Meddler’ that is Omid Scobie twisted his already leaky pen again last week with a feature titled: “Thomas Markle turned on his own daughter – Meghan owes him nothing.”
As ever, shockingly written and peppered with his trademark use of “snark” and “toxic,” the ‘author’ of the bag of bilge that is Finding Freedom concluded of “publicity-hungry” Mr Markle: “Meghan doesn’t owe him a damn thing” after effectively suggesting that Prince Harry’s wife for now’s father was “conveniently captured” by paparazzi as he arrived at a California hospital after having a stroke.
Aside from being unnecessarily insulting to a clearly unwell man – who he alleged also tells “twisted tales” and has supported “single-purpose-hate accounts about his daughter” – Scobie simply showed himself as ridiculous. Going further, this PR peddler continued in the same vein and yesterday in a tweet about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s son, Prince Louis, again made a total prat of himself.
Later deleted after he was widely condemned for picking on a 4-year-old child, accompanying an image of the clearly nothing but playful youngster, Scobie wrote: “I did wonder why Prince Louis was taken out for a while. Kids will be kids, eh?”
Obviously a pointed jibe that aimed at hinting that the behaviour of the children of the House of Cambridge and the parenting skills of the heir to the throne and his wife are looked on differently to those of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Scobie was subsequently asked: “Why did you delete your tweet?”
His response – called out as “crying victim” – read: “Because despite turning off comments (something I now try to do on any tweet about royal children), there was negativity in the quote tweets and also some insane trolls claiming ‘kids will be kids, eh?’ is ‘inciting hate.’ I’m tired and have no time or patience for clownery.”
Predictably once again here is a circa 40-year-old mouthy-mouse-not-a-man who throws his toys out of the pram when criticised; equally, shown up by a 4-year-old child, here is a proof that Scobie likes to give it out but he most certainly has again proven he can’t take it back. This gobby gadabout ought to learn to think before he tweets and leave commentary to real journalists and grownups.