Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Alec Baldwin Twitter Account Removed After F Bomb Meltdown


UPDATE: 9am: Well, the story has taken off, of course. The Twitter account is gone. Again, I don’t think it’s possible that anyone was Tweeting from James Gandolfini’s funeral. I do believe Alec’s story that they left early. It was extremely hot in the church, there wasn’t even a breeze. It’s more than likely they departed through the side door.

UPDATE 3am: Alec Baldwin‘s account has been removed from Twitter after his diatribe against a Daily Mail reporter dropped F bombs like he was the Enola Gay over Hiroshima. I don’t blame him for being angry, but he just over does it. Some of the Tweets remain in their non-formatted state below.

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EARLIER: In the last few minutes (10:44pm EST) Alec Baldwin has gone bat-shit crazy on Twitter against a Daily Mail reporter. Baldwin is FURIOUS with someone named George Stark who published a piece in the Mail Online about his wife, Hilaria, herself Tweeting allegedly during James Gandolfini’s funeral. I’m kind of laughing, and it’s all kind of sad. For one thing, I saw the Baldwins at the funeral. I don’t think she was doing any such thing. No one in that church was on a phone. It would have been too upsetting and obvious; we were also sitting like sardines. I just don’t believe it. Also, I ran into the Baldwins when I was walking home the other night. They were genuinely very sad about Gandolfini. In one of these Tweets, Alec writes: “How much of this shit are people supposed to take? With these fucking blatant lies EVERY DAY.” He’s right. But he’s got to learn to cool it somehow.




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