Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Excuses Not Apologies – “Sorry” Is Clearly Not A Word Either Ferne McCann Or Phillip Schofield Actually Want To Say

The latest pathetic excuses not apologies offered by ITV presenters Ferne McCann and Phillip Schofield prove this pointless pair of pillocks to be utter plonkers and total disgraces

Queue jumping as the Queen lay in-state, it seems, was perfectly excusable to ITV This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield; insulting the sixteen victims of the acid chucking father of her child, it seems, was perfectly excusable to sometime ITV This Morning presenter Ferne McCann.

 

“Have you got nothing better to do with your time? … Why should I apologise?” raged rabid Schofield yesterday when approached outside his home by a reporter from GB News when asked if he thought he thought he was unfairly targeted in what became known as the ‘Queuegate’ scandal. The notoriously nasty flogger of noxious boxed ‘plughole plonk’ then continued: “I think [Holly Willoughby and I] were unfairly targeted… You’re a bit late with that story, mate.” The sometime ‘friend’ of Matthew McGreevy then slammed his door; he no doubt then went and had a little weep.

 

Elsewhere yesterday, fellow ITV presenter Ferne McCann – a wicked-wastrel-woman who disgracefully flogged lip plumping primer beauty products online on the very day in December 2018 when the father of her child, Arthur Collins, was sentenced for throwing acid over sixteen innocent people – took to Instagram to issue a wishy-washy set of words about voice notes in which she shockingly termed scarred-for-life Sophie Hall, a victim of her ex-shagging partner, a “silly b*tch.”

 

Only now speaking out after being effectively ‘cancelled’ by ITV after they “paused” filming of her Ferne McCann: First Time Mum series, Miss McCann pathetically first got ‘unnamed sources’ (surprise, surprise) to claim “this is part of an ongoing hate campaign against her” and to suggest those sharing them were “sick” and “disgusting.”

 

Instead of owning and genuinely offering up a heartfelt apology, yesterday (and offering to put right her wrongs also), McCann dug deeper into the hole that she and only she has created. On Instagram, this dimwitted dunce rambled:

 

“I am aware that people will have a number of questions about the voice messages being put into the public domain and purportedly being sent by me. I feel I have no choice but to address these (to the extent that I can as there are restrictions on me which I explain below).”

 

“Most importantly I want to apologise to all the victims of Arthur Collins abhorrent actions in 2017 that they have to relive that night and the pain that followed because this matter is again in the public domain.”

 

‘In particular I want to apologise to Sophie Hall. I do not believe her to be ugly or stupid. She has been brave beyond belief.”

 

“Arthur Collins’ crimes created genuine victims so I am not trying to portray myself as one. I am unable to say much because there are important and significant legal proceedings that prevent me from setting the record straight at this stage.”

 

“What I can say is that the voice messages that are being released are manipulated; edited and taken entirely out of context.”

 

“Even so, I will have said things that are untrue and I did not believe – but I did so to protect my family and myself from serious harm and in the face of significant threats.”

 

Effectively an admission that she DID say these things – though she claims she didn’t mean them and shouldn’t have said them – here is proof why ITV must not put this victim shaming cretin back on our screens.

 

Warbling wazzock Ferne McCann, 32, is of mind stir-fried and moral compass warped. She is not fit to lecture others on how to bring up children; she’s beyond childish herself. Blubbing crybaby Philip Schofield, 60, on the other hand, is older and should be wiser and should know better. He clearly isn’t and just like his over Botoxed protégé, it’s simply time to pension off the nation’s ultimate plonker. Next!

 

Editor’s Note – Unlike as is the case in many publications, this article was NOT sponsored or supported by a third-party.

 

Philip Schofield not sorry GB News
ITV1’s ‘This Morning’ co-host Phillip Schofield cringed and looked as if he was about to snap when approached outside his West London home by GB News presenter Ben Leo yesterday. Here is a mouse-not-a-man who wrongly assumes that he’s some kind of national treasure worthy of not a jot of criticism.
Instead of skipping queues and upsetting the nation in the process, the all-round-angry man and ‘This Morning’ host and ex-sidekick of Gordon the Gopher should quit his ITV job and focus on improving his deservedly slammed boxed wines (right). He thought his red “perfect with olives” whilst the public decided it “better poured down the plughole.” Alternatively, he could put some effort into ‘making up’ with his missing from our screens for quite some time now former close friend, Matthew McGreevy.
Ferne McCann Arthur Collins 1
When she thought she could rake in some wonga from ‘OK!’ feckless fool Ferne McCann happily posed for snaps with the since convicted criminal Arthur Collins. This nasty piece of toerag, known best now for her vicious tongue and twisted moral compass, deserves only one thing – permanent cancellation.
Ferne McCann Arthur Collins Victims
The only thing on the mind of the now former ‘The Only Way Is Essex’ participant is clearly fame and money. She doesn’t care how she gets it and she doesn’t care who gets hurt along the way. Here is a wazzock woman who clearly couldn’t give a jot about what damage was done to the 16 victims her once-to-be-hubby hurled acid all over. There should be no excuses made for her vile conduct.
Sophie Hall victim acid attack
Courageous victim Sophie Hall has shown resilience and responded to the vicious remarks made about her by stating: “Ferne herself has said before that she struggles with her own appearance. So, to be commenting on how someone else looks –regardless if it was never meant to be heard – is wrong. This is me fighting back and remaining strong. I want them to know we should be proud of our scars because they are a reminder of how strong we are. I would ask Ferne: ‘What have I ever done to you? Why are you targeting me, when all I’ve been trying to do is make a positive out of a terrible and traumatic experience that I sincerely hope no one ever has to go through in their lifetime?’ I wanted to have a positive impact and perhaps inspire people and not only build my confidence, but help other victims out there that may be having a tough time and to show that you can still go on and achieve fantastic things. There’s so much to overcome and I’ve found there’s lots of rounds in this competition that you have to take part in and it has helped me rebuild different parts of my life – it’s helped me massively.” She is to be saluted whilst the ITV ‘This Morning’ presenter should be slammed.
Matthew Steeples
Matthew Steeples
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Matthew Steeples is a writer and marketing consultant. He conceived The Steeple Times as a media arena to fill the void between the Mail Online, The Huffington Post and such organs as the New York Social Diary in 2012.

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