J.K Rowling is a ‘Serial Loser,’ Says Piers Morgan
Feb 15, 2017 11:23 AM EST
The feud between Piers Morgan and Harry Potter creator J.K Rowling continues on Fox News Monday, with Morgan labelled Rowling as 'a serial loser.'
Prior to the remarks, Morgan who was a guest on Bill Maher's show last Friday debated with Jim Jefferies and the situation turned fierce when the comedian threw profanity to Morgan. Both were on a discussion about the controversial travel ban requested by US President Donald Trump, with Piers denying that it was a 'Muslim ban' as Jefferies claimed.
The wild trade resulted Rowling posted a tweet on how she delighted in Morgan being "tore another one", announced Mediaite, which then prompted to a major Twitter battles between the two. On Monday night Morgan tended to Tucker Carlson first about Jefferies, conveying how unfriendly he finds the discussion of Trump being appeared differently in relation to Hitler.
Carlson then asked about Rowling and for what valid reason she's "so upset." Morgan called her a "serial loser" for not backing the winning candidate in a past UK electoral race, contradicting Brexit, and endorsing Hillary Clinton. Morgan then said that the book author as the "worst celebrity political pundit on the entire planet".
He also said that he's disappointed with anti-Trump madness and disclosed to Rowling what he thinks she should do - "Just go write about Hogwarts, wizards, whatever they are. I've never read a word of Harry Potter. Just go and immerse yourself in the world of Muggles or whatever they are, and shut up."
Rowling responded that had he read the books (Harry Potter), he 'will know the downside of sucking up to the biggest bully in school is getting burned alive.'
Meanwhile, Washington Post made an analysis of the feud between the two, and said that one of the significant lessons from the Harry Potter arrangement is that "our saints are much the same as us. People can likely extend that conclusion to big names. Big name, to some extent, blossoms with separation, constrained get to and picture control. At the point when a superstar turns into a standard, individual, Twitter client, it rapidly turns into the characterizing way by the way they are seen.
A few, such as Rowling, get to be distinctly unending viral "saints" to their fan base, adding another feature to the VIP character. Others remain Piers Morgan, said the tabloid.