Poundland muckspreader Karren Brady desperately seeks attention by bleating that men are “sexist” against her; Lady Brady brought up a story from years ago proving she has utterly nothing new to say
“The arrogant, self-interested baroness,” “gutter gossip hack” and “all-round nasty piece of work” are just some of the descriptions that have deservedly stuck to Karren Brady (AKA The Right Honourable The Baroness Brady of Knightsbridge in the City of Westminster CBE) over the years.
Also widely mocked for her links to “dildo floggers” and as “Mrs Blowjob or No Job,” Brady used her column in today’s The Sun on Sunday to yet again moan about people making “jibes” against her.
Referencing an alleged incident long ago with Sky News’ football anchorman Richard Keys, Brady bleated to readers:
He was later overheard talking about me when he thought the microphone was off.
He said: “See charming Karren Brady this morning complaining about sexism? Yeah. Do me a favour, love.”
How condescending is that? Needless to say, I have never forgotten it. And I doubt I ever will.
In the case of this acid-tongued harpy, nothing other than stones and glass houses come to mind. Now, please, Karren, just do us all a favour and put a sock in it in 2021.
“Overpainted Aunt Sally” Karren Brady on…
Her destroyer of jobs and the high street mate ‘Sir Shifty’ Philip Green…
“The most dynamic, the most energetic, the most relentless business-person I have ever come across, a whirlwind of energy and ideas.”
The nearly as controversial businessman Mike Ashley:
“I feel sorry for a guy like Mike Ashley… He tried his best… I feel tremendous sympathy for Ashley.”
Her “precarious work-life balance”…
“[It’s a] balancing act… [I feel] constant guilt over being a working mother.”
Her being investigated in connection with corruption in football…
“I was in a very dark place… It was gut-wrenching… I didn’t want to have to justify myself to people.”
The East End of London…
“A hotbed of racism.”
Condoms in the Birmingham City boardroom…
“I found it floating in the toilet… And it became this big whodunit. I mean, in the boardroom toilet of all places.”
Her “wickedly indiscreet newspaper column”…
“It’s what I leave out that would make your hair curl.”
Unsurprisingly getting abuse given her own vile tongue…
“The abuse I get is vile. And so much worse now than it’s ever been.”
“At 23, I had skin as thick as a rhino… I don’t have any fears.”
“I dare to put my head above the parapet, to have a mind and a voice of my own and to plough my own furrow.”
“[I am now] one of the most highly sought-after motivational speakers in the world.”
More modest than the late Mother Theresa, one is simply left asking: “What on earth was it about the very wealthy woman Karren Brady that David Cameron saw fit to elevate her to the House of Lords?”