Soppy scrag-end Omid Scobie gets slammed for attacking real journalists over coverage of his chums’ ‘Harry & Meghan’ Netflix debut; his fake news rant about Prince Andrew is simply ridiculous
Whatever the tedious traitors that are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do, one person can always be relied on to come out in support of their awful antics. That person? Their ever-reliable PR peddler, you’ve guessed it, the clubbing mate of not-so-glamorous ‘glamour model’ Jodie Marsh and former Heat columnist, the rabid ranter Omid Scobie.
Taking to Twitter yesterday, soppy scrag-end Scobie attempted to attack real media outlets for their coverage of Netflix’s Harry & Meghan. Clearly as is usually the case with this as always less than amused Oxfordshire born berk, the plastic-not-fantastic ‘co-author of Finding Freedom raged:
“Remember that time when all the papers universally dedicated days of outraged front pages, hysterical coverage and venomous opinion pieces about Prince Andrew? Yeah, me neither.”
Fresh from being called quite rightly called out for his “hypocrisy” and told: “Stop trashing those of us who have been this profession for a while; we see you” by former BBC and Sky News anchor Simon McCoy in November, the responses to this piece of fake news were to the point in their disdain for the Barry Baloney he had spouted.
“You’re reading the wrong newspapers” curtly corresponded Daily Mail journalist and author of the Wasted – the betrayal of white working class and black Caribbean boys report author Harriet Sergeant whilst another going by the handle ‘TheQueenshandbag’ shared a composite of nine front pages about Prince Andrew. They pointedly accompanied this with an “oh, do you not remember when [the Duke of York] did his TV appearance?”
Continuing, others condemned Scobie’s “selective memory issues” and suggested him to be “not very observant.” Some argued that both Prince Andrew and Prince Harry have been “as bad as one another” and that the actions of both men were “their choices.” One added: “The consequence was, at a time when she should have been mourning her late husband with the support of her family, the ruination of the last months of the Queen’s life.”
Elsewhere on on the socials yesterday, another of the rare few still supporting ‘Ginge & Cringe’ decided to throw one of his ever-famous tantrums and announced he’d be “no longer using Twitter.” Citing “misinformation is now being used to divide our world” as being behind his reasoning, the mendacious menace formerly known as Meghan Markle’s supplier of private-jets-on-tap, Sir Elton John, claimed the social media medium’s “recent change in policy” will “allow misinformation to flourish unchecked.” His moaning since 2016 about lacking a title hubby, David Furnish, no doubt personally directed this especially moronic missive. Pip pip Rocket Man!
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